Prof. Larry Diamond is a leading contemporary scholar in the field of democracy studies. He is a professor of Sociology and Political Science at Stanford University and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, a conservative policy think tank.
Theology isn’t merely a debate topic. Theology not only helps us understand more about who God is but also help us answer the question, "how should we live?”. Theology matters because what we think affects how we love, act and how we imagine freedom and liberation in our societies.
What does it mean to be the church in the age of coronavirus? For many religious people, this time calls for many ways of being. Now is the time to ground ourselves in a gospel of social justice, not fake miracles and questionable cures.
Education is a critical pillar of humanity. It seems the pandemic is what we needed for us to realise that we need a proper education system. Already, every problem in the way the media, the church, and the government are handling the pandemic is fundamentally a thinking and education problem. A conversation between Dr.Wandia Njoya and Joe Kobuthi on the current state of the Kenyan Education system and the future of it.
A discussion with Saskia Sassen, a sociologist and DiEM25 Advisory Panel member.
The coronavirus crisis has thrown into sharp relief the interlocked embrace of globalisation and nationalism and shown the limits of the neoliberal globalisation that has reigned supreme since the 1980s. The pandemic has at the same time revealed the fecklessness of the current economic infrastructure and the incompetence of many governments.
Speech by the Secretary-General of MERA25, Yanis Varoufakis, in the Greek Parliament on the "Prevention, protection and promotion of health - Development of public health services".
We call it TV because we like retro-futurism. But it's much more than TV. In times of global pandemics, DiEM25 is launching a special online and completely free program to understand the current crisis and offer tools and hope to get out of it stronger and more united in building the World After Coronavirus.
Yanis Varoufakis, DiEM25 co-founder and MeRA25 MP, on the economic and political impact of the coronavirus.
The #ToxicBusiness campaign commenced in August 2019, bringing the public's attention to a white paper published by the Route to Food Initiative (RTFI) titled, Pesticides in Kenya: Why our health, environment and food security are at stake. The findings highlight that 33% of the pesticide active ingredients registered for use in Kenya are withdrawn from the European market. It also highlights that there are products on the Kenyan market that are clearly classified as carcinogenic (45 products), mutagenic (31 products), endocrine disrupting (51) and neurotoxic (175) and many that show effects on reproduction (360).