The scandal of Europe’s biggest eldercare operator highlights how a public good has been turned into a private asset class.
Tax abuse—it’s costing the earth
The world’s health workforce could be vaccinated in 36 hours if the pandemic of tax abuse were ended.
Public services and the common good
In these authoritarian times, defending and re-empowering public services is also defending democracy.
Europe failing its solidarity test
By blocking Covid-19 vaccine patent waivers, the EU is damaging its reputation and holding the world back.
Why should governments give cash-handouts before providing free, quality public services to all?
Universal Basic Income without quality public services is a neoliberal paradise.
Women under austerity—a frontal attack
Women are disproportionately dependent on public services. They can’t afford austerity and it’s time that governments recognised this. Austerity. From the left to the right, governments have only that one word on their lips. The European Parliament elections are approaching in May and there are fears everywhere that the tidal wave of extreme right-wing movements […]