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Our contributors reflect on how to shift the economic narrative once and for all, from a shareholder-focused economy to one that values the stakeholder, with a keen interest in advancing pluralism.
Spotlight on Latin America
Experts reflect on how the pandemic has impacted Latin America and how governments and communities are responding.
“We Are in This Together”
The Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson
Madame Clarkson reflects on the fragility of our societies, the changing nature of media and journalism, and how far Canada has come since she arrived as a child refugee.
Illustration by Brandon Serbec
Canada’s Role on the Global Stage
Article by the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark
Canada and pluralism both have key roles to play in responding to the pandemic, says former Canadian Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark.
Photo: Patrick Doyle
Supporting Women Entrepreneurs Through the Pandemic, From Government to the Private Sector
Interview with Vanessa Erogbogbo
Government and private sector have a responsibility to support women and informal workers weather the pandemic.
Inclusive Economic Recovery in African Cities and Beyond
Q & A with Astrid Haas
Astrid discusses rising poverty, urbanization and what is needed for inclusive economic recovery in Uganda and beyond.
Spending "More, Better and Differently": How Governments Can Change the Narrative from Neoliberalism to Wellbeing
An interview with Paolo de Renzio
Governments must respond to the pandemic with innovative economic policymaking to relieve the burden on those suffering the most.
Building Back the Post-Pandemic Economy: How a Circular Economy Can Help the Planet and Our Communities
Q & A with Alice Irene Whittaker
How the pandemic has revealed the fault lines in our economic model and is pushing us to adopt a new,...
Inequality in Guatemala, Venezuelan Migration and Latin American Regional Leadership
An interview with Eduardo Stein
Eduardo Stein discusses institutional and judicial weakness, the impacts on Venezuelan migrants and refugees, the role of women’s leadership and...
The Peace Process, Security and Building Connection in Colombia: The Effects of the Pandemic
An interview with Paula Gaviria
Paula Gaviria reflects on the impacts of the pandemic on the Colombian peace process, and vulnerable displaced populations in Latin...
Structural Inequality, Polarization and Declining Gang Violence: The Pandemic in Central America
An interview with Tiziano Breda
Tiziano Breda discusses how governments and gangs in Central America are using the pandemic as an opportunity to further their...
How a New Chilean Constitution Might Address Inequalities Revealed by the Pandemic
An interview with Catalina Fernández Carter
Human rights lawyer Catalina Fernández Carter discusses how the pandemic has revealed Chile as an unequal country but how a...
Voices from the Ground
Center for Social Integrity
A photo series showcasing how the Center for Social Integrity has adapted its operations to respond to COVID-19 in Northern...
Building empathy and critical thinking skills virtually
Waidehi Gokhale is the CEO of Soliya, an international non-profit that leverages interactive technology to build trust and respect across...
Aung Kyaw Moe
Impacts on vulnerable communities in Myanmar
Aung Kyaw Moe is a humanitarian and founder of non-governmental organization, the Centre for Social Integrity, one of the 2019...
Bojana Dujkovic Blagojevic
A teacher and parent in Bosnia and Herzegovina shares her experiences
When I think about the time before the pandemic, I picture a merry-go-round. The small one, which is part of...