Vaccines: Europe will regret privileging profits over people

by Jayati Ghosh | The Progressive Post For a while this spring, it seemed – at least to European residents – that the vaccine nationalism that had led European governments to procure vaccines that had been rapidly produced with government support and fast-tracked official approval, had paid off. Growing numbers of people were vaccinated against… Continua a leggere Vaccines: Europe will regret privileging profits over people

Podcast sulla democrazia

Che cos’è per noi la Democrazia? La storia, le varie forme, il potere, le promesse originarie, le prospettive di evoluzione e i rischi di involuzione: parleremo di tutto questo in un incontro che fa da “summa” a tutti i precedenti in cui si è toccato l’argomento. Ne parleremo con i compagni Riccardo Galetti (Presidente FGS… Continua a leggere Podcast sulla democrazia

DAD sotto esame

“DAD per le scuole!” è facile a dirsi, ma poi sono gli studenti a pagare l’enorme quantità di criticità, ritardi, disfunzioni… Abbiamo deciso allora di organizzare un dibattito per discutere di problemi, soluzioni e prospettive della DAD. Lo faremo assieme ad Alberto Caruso (Responsabile Istruzione FGS), Jacopo Nannini (Rete degli Studenti Medi Lazio) e Amelia… Continua a leggere DAD sotto esame

Dopo l’Apocalisse

Enrico Maria Pedrelli, segretario dei Giovani Socialisti, presenta il libro di Riccardo Nencini (senatore PSI) insieme all’autore.Ipotesi per una rinascita dopo la Pandemia.

Mutualismo FM

Antonio Martino e Claudia Corso affrontano il tema del mutualismo e delle disabilità

DAD e dispersione scolastica

RadioEretika, canale Twitch dei Giovani Socialisti, ha dedicato un approfondimento al tema della Didattica a Distanza in pandemia. – Alberto Caruso (segreteria nazionale FGS) – Serena Turnone (coord. nazionale Rete degli Studenti Medi) – Dario Miano (professore)

Time to care! – Work, life and inequality in the care economy, FEPS Policy Brief August 2020

Summary The distribution of care work in a society plays a central role in the formation of inequality between men and women. The structure of care provision, or the distribution of caring responsibilities, is perhaps the largest single factor in the continuation of gender inequalities.As Europe emerges from the crisis, a long-overdue conversation needs to… Continua a leggere Time to care! – Work, life and inequality in the care economy, FEPS Policy Brief August 2020

Towards a fairer, care-focused Europe

Introduction It took a pandemic to understand the essential nature of care and caring. It took a global lockdown to realise that care is embedded in every aspect of our life. And it took drastic social distancing measures to see that care is fundamental for the well-being of individuals and societies. Contrary to mainstream economic… Continua a leggere Towards a fairer, care-focused Europe

Attitudes towards the european health union – The Case of Hungary, FEPS Policy Brief March 2021

Summary The COVID-19 pandemic facilitated a long-expected paradigm shift in the European Union’s perception of health and healthcare. It has been proved that health policy decisions cannot be kept within a nation-state framework only and that a new vision and strengthened community competencies are needed to cope with public health crises. Traditionally, EU member states… Continua a leggere Attitudes towards the european health union – The Case of Hungary, FEPS Policy Brief March 2021

Health Inequalities in Europe: Setting the Stage for Progressive Policy Action by Timon Forster, Alexander Kentikelenis and Clare Bambra

Executive Summary By some measures, such as life expectancy at birth, the health of the European population is better today than ever before. However, substantial inequalities in health continue to exist: Between European countries, life expectancy and mortality continue to be better in Western European countries than in Eastern European countries. Within European countries, there… Continua a leggere Health Inequalities in Europe: Setting the Stage for Progressive Policy Action by Timon Forster, Alexander Kentikelenis and Clare Bambra