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No seas su asistente personal: deja que tu hijo se equivoque

Amalia Gordóvil Merino, UOC - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya Salir con el chico equivocado a los 15 y tropezar con la misma piedra a los 18 para terminar teniendo...

Militarization has fostered a policing culture that sets up protesters as ‘the enemy’

Tom Nolan, Emmanuel College The unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd after being pinned to the ground by the knee of a Minneapolis police officer has left...

George Floyd: why the sight of these brave, exhausted protesters gives me hope

Akwugo Emejulu, University of Warwick In a way, you could say we’ve been holding our breath this whole time, until now. What you’re witnessing is Black...

Fogo Island shows how social enterprises can help rebuild communities post-coronavirus

Natalie Slawinski, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Wendy K. Smith, University of Delaware Social distancing and stay-at-home measures around the globe have been necessary to tackle the COVID-19 crisis....

La urgencia de un plan de alimentación para la pospandemia en América Latina

Martín Arboleda, Diego Portales University Uno de los aspectos más alarmantes de la expansión del Covid-19 es el hecho de que amenaza con generar una crisis alimentaria aguda. Cadenas...

The coronavirus doesn’t exist in isolation — it feeds on other diseases, crises

Tiff-Annie Kenny, Université Laval We may be in self-isolation, but the COVID-19 pandemic is clearly not. It isn’t isolated from other social, environmental and health crises...

The chronic stress of coronavirus is affecting your mental health. Here’s how exercise can help.

Jennifer J. Heisz, McMaster University and Maryam Marashi, McMaster University Suffering a quarantine dip in mood? Struggling to find motivation to do anything? You are not alone. Just six...

Cell tower vandals and re-open protestors — why some people believe in coronavirus conspiracies

Jeremy Cohen, McMaster University The existential threat we’re facing right now might explain the proliferation of conspiracy theories, extreme political ideologies and #Reopen protests. People defy...

El coronavirus y la fuerza de la selección natural

Manuel Porcar, Universitat de València No es novedad que estamos viviendo una pandemia vírica sin precedentes. El SARS-CoV-2, causante de la enfermedad COVID-19, infecta a cientos de miles de...

Governments must resist coronavirus lobbying and focus on long-term transformation

Mark Winfield, York University, Canada Reports recently emerged that the Ontario government is quietly setting up an online portal where businesses can ask for regulation or rule changes to...
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