The pandemic has dramatically changed the life of Gladys Medina, a Bolivian activist deeply involved in the community. The amount of work has increased and she hasn’t enough time and therefore struggles. She thinks the lockdown and all the measures have a great impact on peoples’ emotional health. Nathan […]
Belgica Guaña is frightened for her family, who live in a country where the government chose to prioritise the economy over life. In addition, Newham district, of which she is a councillor for Canning Town South, has so far had 1,500 deaths from Coronavirus and poverty does not help to […]
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition hearing began at the Old Bailey. Assange returned to court in London on Monday 7th September for a hearing to decide whether he should be extradited to the United States for leaking secrets about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. “The extradition hearing in London […]
Actor and poet Guido García Lueches thinks he contracted the coronavirus on stage in early March. His roommates were also all infected, as were all the members of his theatre company. And his partner has lost his sense of taste and smell due to the virus. Nathan Raia […]
While countries like Hungary are reinforcing border security and refusing to admit foreigners, others like Greece, Italy and Malta find themselves having to bear the brunt of the crisis and migrants continue to be abandoned at sea. The pandemic exacerbates the tragedy.