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‘One for all and all for one(or some)’

The Covid-19 vaccine has offered some respite to the most vulnerable in western society, however, the developing world’s access and rollout of vaccines are stifled and exacerbated by inequality. 

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COVID; A Great Time to Reimagine the Fair City

Last March, I came across something unusual as I was about to sit down to work at home. In the neighbour’s garden, a fox was, what I could only describe as, frolicking. A beautiful site. The restrictions brought in to stop the spread of COVID-19, as horrible as they are and endless as they seem, had given nature a chance to grow and flourish. Could the same be applied to humans, too?

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UN Human Rights Council Binding Treaty; A stand for global justice and human rights

Written by: Stephen O’Brien In 1972, on the 4th of December, President Salvador Allende of Chile, was elected despite huge opposition and US interference, took the rostrum of the (UN) United Nations General Assembly in New York. Allende called for global action against the threat from transnational corporations, that do not answer to any state, […]

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