Cannot Be Unseen: Inequality in Latin America in the Time of COVID-19 – Case Study Brazil

Author: Dr. María Gabriela Palacio 'I don't think we did go blind; I think we are blind.Blind but seeing, blind people who can see, but do not see.' ― José Saramago, Blindness In early April, Arundhati Roy compared the virus with a chemical experiment that suddenly illuminated all the hidden things:. The levels of precarity,…

Dear No One: Tell me more, Tell me more

Dear No One, Let’s set the stage. You’re at a birthday party of an old friend from high school. Well, friend? Perhaps acquaintance is a better word. Your actual friend was invited to this reunion party and dragged you along with them. As you try to avoid people you weren’t planning on seeing ever again,…

Our Collective Overreaction to COVID-19, And Its Effects on the Global Poor

by Dr. Jeffrey Fynn-Paul I am very aware that COVID has caused half a million deaths at the time of writing.  The following piece does not in any way belittle that. But any good policy must start by separating the personal from the general. My purpose in writing this piece is to help us create…

Learning Leadership: Anubhav Kandpal

Conscious Kitchen is an organization that generally hosts weekly meals, here in The Hague. Their aim is to connect people from all backgrounds and share positive vibes. We got the opportunity to sit down with Anubhav Kandpal, one of Conscious Kitchen's managerial staff members, and asked him all about his views on life and leadership.…