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For our last online article before the summer, staff writer Kathina Mehring dissects how the wellness industry puts a price on health and intrinsically links it to consumerism and capitalism.
What do we build on top of the problems we face, and who can inhabit these new structures? This week, guest writer Viktor Warg analyzes this query, drawing inspiration from Beatriz Colomina’s works on the intersection between architecture and health.
In the DACH-countries, vaccine opposition has been a consistent feature throughout the pandemic. Although demonstrators in the three countries come from varying backgrounds, one common denominator can be identified: the increasing presence of far-right actors attempting to instrumentalize the demonstrations for their own gain.
Guest writer Robin Moraes Holst brings a thought provoking analysis of the WHO global strategy for reducing the harmful use of alcohol.
For our Neglected Issue, Vilma Ellemark wrote of the important and too often forgotten subject of male victims of conflict related sexual violence.
Vilma Ellemark writes about various ways crime and organized crime impacts the ongoing pandemic, specifically regarding the vaccines.
Johanna Bergström outlines the risks of prolonged school closures and how they may deepen global disparities.
”We will only be safe anywhere if we are safe everywhere”. What does this mean for the distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine? Is it equitable? Can we make it equitable? No doubt these questions are important to ask at this moment in time.