Covid-19

We fear that governments are yet again prioritising business instead of protecting people and that recovery instruments will not benefit the poor, or even risk generating increased poverty, with austerity looming again to restore public accounts.

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The families of people with a high degree of dependency have managed to get them included in the vaccination plan.

The families of people with a high degree of dependency claimed to be considered a priority group for vaccination.

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Krysia, a girl scout from Poland, wins EU Solidarity Prize for domestic abuse campaign.

This prize is a one-off award with the specific theme of 'Civil society against COVID-19', which this year will be replacing its flagship annual Civil Society Prize.

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 India and South Africa submitted an initiative to the WHO asking for exemptions to intellectual property for the vaccines.had been applied in only 10 countries.

Humanitarian and human rights defender organizations, and the WHO all warn of the inequity of vaccine distribution system.

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Young people all over the world have had an active role during the pandemic.

This webinar analyses how volunteering provides a space for young people to navigate both the challenges they face and the responses they provide in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In 2019, Care worked in 100 countries and worked with nearly 69 million people.

The director of knowledge management and learning for CARE talks about how Covid-19 has increased the number of people who are at risk of poverty and how reversing this growth.

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Women are almost 70 per cent of the health care workforce.

Pandemic makes women more vulnerable to corruption and threatens their jobs, health, well-being and the opportunity to voice their concerns.

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One of the refugee camps in Mail is on top of a landfill.

The Associació Catalana per la Pau is carrying out an emergency campaign to improve the sanitary and nutritional conditions of the population.

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In Nepal, Millions of daily wage workers are unemployed and with families to feed.

Where there is poverty the Coronavirus is considered a minor threat. Millions of daily wage workers are unemployed and with families to feed. We have talked with Hugging Nepal to know how Covid-19 is affecting the country.

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