We are proud to join and support the global campaign for safety and health at work. As well as to take a minute, especially this year, to honour and remember all the workers victims of occupational accidents and diseases, both due to accidental tragedies but also due to negligence which could and should have been prevented.
Since 1950, the world today celebrates the World Health Day. The COVID-19 pandemic has undercut recent health gains, pushed more people into poverty and food insecurity, and amplified gender, social and health inequities.
We are all too familiar with the knowledge of what are the symptoms of the global pandemic knowns as Covid-19, or the Corona, and we are all too familiar with the measures that were implemented by national governments and advised by international bodies in order to mitigate the spread of the contagion; lockdowns, quarantines, masks,Continue reading “Pandemic of Mental Distress”
Does anyone among you know someone who suffers or has suffered from cancer? What about someone who died from this terrible ailment? Most of us do, it is one of the top 10 “killers” in the world today, 2nd one in the so-called developed countries. This day has a purpose to encourage research, investment asContinue reading “World Cancer Day”
The Holocaust seems something that is gradually being handed over to history books, as the living memory of those horrors and gradually passing away with their testimonial and story of how could humans do this onto fellow humans. Recalling many years ago, when used to bring students to the remains of the concentration camps ofContinue reading “Collective Psychosis”