COVID-19 is amplifying the risk of a worldwide food-price spike, which would trigger crises in many developing countries.
In a time when many are confronting both increased solitude and increased anxiety, familiar music provides reassurance because it reminds us who we are as people. Whether it is a hit we danced to with our teenage friends, or a haunting orchestral piece our grandmother played, music lights up memories of our past selves.
For many workers, the lockdown has hurried the arrival of the “future of work”, a term invoked in recent years in relation to the opportunities and challenges of technological disruption and the structural economic factors that determine the quality of livelihoods.
“We started by saying that lives are important and we have to save lives. Today we are at […]
History has shown that collectively we find it easier to grasp the nature of an emergency when: 1. Cause […]
We all find ourselves at a fork in the road with a fundamental choice. How do we respond to global threats, both as individuals and as communities?
1. How COVID-19 is impacting the globe There are more than 1.3 million confirmed cases of infection of the […]
To wear or not to wear?
As pastors and religious leaders across the country faced tough decisions about whether to hold worship services over […]
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is trying to knock down a series of rumors and falsehoods that have […]