Pluralism and the Pandemic

Inclusive Economies

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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 societiesthe 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


This new digital initiative from the Global Centre for Pluralism explores the impacts of the pandemic from the perspective of pluralism. The pandemic has reinforced that we live in a global community – what happens to one society affects all of us. It is therefore the responsibility of every individual to become an advocate for pluralism. We invite you to explore the themes below.

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What We’re Reading

“In Latin America, the Pandemic Threatens Equality Like Never Before”