Gender inequality exacerbates the impact of natural disasters, whose consequences compound it.
Pandemics, wars and recessions do not exempt states from human-rights commitments. They must tax multinationals and the richest more to protect the most vulnerable.
Chile’s new constitution could be the first to embody egalitarian and ecological principles.
On Human Rights Day, the world looks a lot different through a lens of social and economic rights.
In these authoritarian times, defending and re-empowering public services is also defending democracy.
International Women’s Day falls in the shadow of a pandemic which has hit women hard around the world.
Women’s strikes today draw attention to the need for global tax reform, so that investment in services can ease the burden of women’s domestic labour.