“We Are in This Together”: How Our Shared Fragility Reminds Us of Our Shared Humanity
An interview with the Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson
Madame Clarkson reflects on the fragility of our societies that has been exposed by COVID-19, the changing nature of media and journalism, and how far Canada...
How the Pandemic Threatens Kenya’s Socio-Economic Gains
Article by Daniel Otieno
Throughout Africa, COVID-19 is threatening to erode gains made in socio-economic development. The pandemic has created a dire situation in...
What It Means to Be a Resilient City in a Pandemic
An interview with Garance Choko
Reflections on issues of systemic exclusion, leadership and learning opportunities for cities and the meaning of resilience both at the...
Canada’s Role on the Global Stage in the Post-Pandemic
The Rt. Hon. Joe Clark
Former Canadian Prime Minister asks what we should learn from this experience of profound vulnerability.
Reflections from Jurist Albie Sachs on Lockdown and South Africa’s future
Justice Albie Sachs reflects on what the COVID-19 lockdown has meant for him personally and for the future of South...
Impacts on Vulnerable Communities in Myanmar and Civil Society's Response
Aung Kyaw Moe, founder, Center for Social Integrity
Aung Kyaw Moe is a humanitarian and founder of non-governmental organization, the Center for Social Integrity, one of the 2019...
Impacts of the Pandemic in the Middle East and North Africa
Bessma Momani, Professor of International Relations
Dr. Bessma Momani reflects on the state of public trust and governance in the MENA region during the pandemic.