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03 Apr 2020

What Will The World Be Like After Coronavirus? Four Possible Futures

Where will we be in six months, a year, ten years from now? I lie

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01 Apr 2020

Has The World Gone Far Enough In Women’s Rights?

A 2020 survey conducted by Ipsos reveals that for a lot of countries around the

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31 Mar 2020

Single Mothers Worldwide Are Struggling To Put Food On Their Tables

Globally, single women are more likely to struggle having enough money to buy food, data

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24 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Three Ways The Crisis May Permanently Change Our Lives

The realisation that life is going to change for a good while is starting to

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23 Mar 2020

The Flu Pandemic Of 1918: Modern Parallels From A Century-Old Pandemic

The influenza pandemic of 1918 (also known as the Spanish flu, even though it didn’t

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23 Mar 2020

How Does The Coronavirus Affect Different Age Groups?

Young people are more likely to be carriers of COVID-19 than they think, this is

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23 Mar 2020

The 4 Plausible Futures Of The World: Humans Inc.

Depending on the state of the planet and society, the world will reach one of

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20 Mar 2020

The 4 Plausible Futures Of The World: Extinction Express

Arup’s recently published white paper, 2050 Scenarios: four plausible futures, discussed how certain choices of

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19 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: A Pandemic In The Age Of Inequality

Osmel Martinez Azcue felt unwell. Having recently returned home to Florida from China and experiencing

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18 Mar 2020

The 4 Plausible Futures Of The World: Post Anthropocene

The world is in a state of rapid change. Depending on our collective priorities and

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17 Mar 2020

The State Of Gender Equality Across The EU

While heading towards the right direction, advances in gender equality in the European Union (EU)

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16 Mar 2020

Quarantines Have Tried To Keep Out Disease For Thousands Of Years

The recent global spread of a deadly coronavirus originating in Wuhan, China, has led world

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13 Mar 2020

How Cities Can Prepare For The Next Pandemic

According to Johns Hopkins CSSE, the COVID-19 outbreak has recorded more than 127,000 confirmed cases,

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13 Mar 2020

Do Face Masks Really Prevent You From Catching Coronavirus?

No. The quick answer is no. Even if you wear a mask on a regular

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12 Mar 2020

How Cities Shape Pandemics

Cities and pandemics are closely linked throughout history. A lot of lives have been claimed

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11 Mar 2020

How Big Will The Coronavirus Pandemic Be? An Epidemiologist Updates His Concerns

The Harvard historian Jill Lepore recounted recently in The New Yorker magazine that when democracies

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11 Mar 2020

What Do Smart Cities Mean For Healthcare And Nursing?

Smart cities are cities that are built upon data and automated systems. They have the

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10 Mar 2020

Only Eight Countries Have Full Equal Rights For Women

Right now, there are only eight countries in the world which offer gender equality guaranteed

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10 Mar 2020

The Role of the Youth in Socio-Economic Development

Often, we hear that students are our future. College and university experts repeat all the

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09 Mar 2020

Developing Countries Could Get Sick Before They Get Rich. Policy Can Help

Improved human well-being is one of the modern era’s greatest triumphs. The age of plenty

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08 Mar 2020

2020’s Best And Worst US States For Women

It will take 99.5 years for the world to attain gender parity, according to the

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08 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Why People Are Panic Buying Toilet Paper And How To Stop It

The UK has found itself in a panic buying frenzy in response to the novel

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05 Mar 2020

If A City Were Designed By Women, How Would It Look?

At a glimpse, our cities may seem like they cater to everyone. Taking a closer

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05 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: Which Countries Are Most Affected?

The number of those infected by COVID-19 in Mainland China reported an increase, now with

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04 Mar 2020

Why So Many Epidemics Originate In Asia And Africa – And Why We Can Expect More

The coronavirus disease, known as COVID-19, is a frightening reminder of the imminent global threat

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04 Mar 2020

5 Skilled Industrial Trades Needed In The City

A skilled trade is a job which requires specialist knowledge and skills obtained through training

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01 Mar 2020

Plans To Fight Coronavirus Must Pay Attention To The Environment

The rapid onset and spread of coronavirus is proving to be a huge challenge for

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28 Feb 2020

What Are Viruses Anyway, And Why Do They Make Us So Sick? 5 Questions Answered

You may sometimes have felt like you “have come down with a virus,” meaning that

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27 Feb 2020

Does Democracy Lead To Better Health?

A released report from V-Dem reveals a rather interesting insight on the global state of

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