Validism, an analysis of social relations through the prism of disability

Validism an analysis of social relations through the prism of

At Les Capucins hospital, in Angers, in May 2021. JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP History of a notion. White privilege, intersectionality, gender studies, etc. A whole new vocabulary is emerging in the social sciences today. The intention is often the same: to recall the social dimension of phenomena that we tend to naturalize and to insist … Read more

Luiza Trajano, powerful Latin American businesswoman and activist for equality

Luiza Trajano powerful Latin American businesswoman and activist for equality

More information It all started at the age of 12, when Luiza Helena Trajano began working behind the counter of her aunt’s store (owner of a small chain of stores in the state of Sao Paulo) during school holidays. At 18, she was employed full-time at the company, called Magazine Luiza, and at 40 he … Read more

Covid-19: tackling global vaccine inequality

Covid 19 tackling global vaccine inequality

Editorial of the “World”. Once again, the borders are closing under the pressure of the Covid-19 pandemic. Originally identified in South Africa, which reacted quickly with a commendable concern for transparency, the new variant, called Omicron, is already at work in Europe, Asia and North America. Many countries have suspended air links with southern African … Read more

Allyson Felix closes long journey with an Olympic record

Allyson Felix closes long journey with an Olympic record

She describes herself as an “old lady”. He acknowledges that he doubted he would be competing for that long. There were times when “making it” had nothing to do with the Olympics and more than anything to do with getting out of a hospital bed. It’s no surprise then that Allyson Felix showed up to … Read more

Kanye West’s son playing ball with Tom Brady is the most endearing thing you’ll see today

Kanye Wests son playing ball with Tom Brady is the

EFE Latam Videos Panama is a country of “invisible” defenders in the fields, says activist Panama City, Nov 29 (EFE) .- Panama, with 4.2 million inhabitants, has a large number of “invisible” women in the rural world fighting for “a diversity of humanitarian causes”, he said in an interview with Efe. the human rights defender, … Read more

Covid long: “It is not ethical to criticize scientific work in a mainstream newspaper”

Covid long It is not ethical to criticize scientific work

Tribune. In a column published in The world of November 23, entitled “Is the long Covid really an imaginary disease?” », A group composed mainly of university doctors seriously questioned an article published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine which suggests that persistent physical symptoms after infection with SARS-CoV-2 may be associated more with belief … Read more

Indyra Mendoza, Honduran among the 100 most influential people in the world, according to Time magazine – Diario El Heraldo

Indyra Mendoza Honduran among the 100 most influential people in

TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS.- His more than 20 years of preparation and fight for the human rights of the LGBTQ + collective received their reward. Recently the Honduran Indyra Mendoza Aguilar was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world this 2021, according to the magazine Time. The activist Claudia Spellmant, who fled Honduras … Read more

France-Italy: strengthening obvious proximity

France Italy strengthening obvious

Editorial of the “World”. The choreography was perfectly executed and nothing was missing, not even emotion. Friday, November 26, in Rome, French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian President Mario Draghi signed a treaty binding the two countries. Then, side by side, the fighter planes of the Patrouille de France and the Italian Frecce tricolori flew … Read more

Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, 1st Prize for Legal Equality

Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh 1st Prize for Legal Equality

The I Equality Award for the Legal Profession already has winners: at the international level, the jailed Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh and at the national level, the groups of women lawyers of Valladolid (AMAV) and the Alicante Bar Association (AMA). This award is granted by the General Council of Spanish Lawyers with the purpose of … Read more

“Our leaders have remained deaf to the cry of alarm from caregivers on the degradation of the public hospital”

Our leaders have remained deaf to the cry of alarm

Tribune. The waves of Covid-19 follow each other, and we hope that they are not alike. Will hospitals be able to cope with the influx of patients again? The state of the establishments, where the beds close by the hundreds for lack of caregivers – having, out of disgust, fled the hospital which trained them … Read more

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