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Manu Dal Borgo Aug 11
In an article I came across a sentence that sounds like something would say: "With the advent of globalisation, the world has notably been subject to five major threats: terrorism, economic crises, pandemics, natural disasters and nuclear proliferation."
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City Talks Aug 11
: Acknowledging that we don’t have all the answers is the only basis for effective action by via network
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City Talks Aug 11
“As our lives become ever more interconnected, the number and variety of potential threats are rising” - via network
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Mary Goudie Aug 11
Shrewd Thinking: Staying prepared against humanity’s greatest threats
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linda kaser Mar 25
How can teachers and school systems respond to the COVID-19 pandemic? Some lessons from TALIS
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TUAC Jul 9
We need a 'jobs guarantee' to protect good skilled jobs & fight discrimination based on race, class + gender - we know now whose labour matters. This is a wake up call to raise wages & stop austerity -
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Kate Pickett Apr 30
Our new piece: Children of the Pandemic: Let’s make this generation the healthiest that has ever lived
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Grace Perez-Navarro Mar 23
Tax in the time of Covid-19
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Chris Lang Dec 12
2020 Vision: The super year for the planet (and ourselves)
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Samuel Azout May 4
Impact Entrepreneurs: Building solutions for a post-COVID-19 world.
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Tatiana jama ✨ May 12
A Profound Fragility: Why we cannot afford for women entrepreneurs to lose out in this crisis
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Christy Hoffman Jul 21
My opinion piece today in the : "We are in a unique moment of historic opportunity- we have the possibility to do something about inequality." Workers must have collective bargaining; dignified wages, safe work and paid sick leave. .
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Mary Goudie Jul 21
The School of Life: Do levels of education and skills influence the health risks of COVID-19?
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Michael E. Webber Jun 8
You might enjoy these comments by my boss -- I'm proud to work at a company like that takes our clean energy future seriously --> Towards a smart recovery for a greener future
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Leonor Gonzalez Aug 12
COVID-19 recovery offers the chance to create a more just, compassionate and sustainable economy for history’s largest generation of youth
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Sharan Burrow Apr 30
One World: Global solidarity for recovery and resilience - a message with a plan for a shared future
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ileana cruz 🇵🇷 Jan 21
Read the op-ed by 's on why letting work is a win-win for host countries!
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Kee Park Apr 6
Surgical capacity = reserve pandemic capacity. Resilient Health Systems: What we are learning from the COVID-19 crisis
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MindyHerzfeld Mar 24
This is the OECD’s list of urgent tax measures countries could be taking to respond to corona. One thing not on the list: temp reprieve from beps-limitations on int exp deductibility that are based on % of ebidta, esp harmful in eco downturn
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Edu21 May 11
Responding to Coronavirus: Back to school
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