I’ve just had the pleasure (and honor) to co-author a piece on COVID-19 and…religion (!) – yes, a serious matter – with Richard Seifman, former World Bank advisor and health expert. Here’s the opening of the article published on Impakter Magazine:
The Role of Religion in Covid Prevention Response: Where Angels Fear to Tread
While bench scientists around the world continue to work on designing a safe and effective vaccine and therapeutics, drug manufacturing companies deal with the production aspects, and public health systems grapple with future distribution constraints, a different factor may await in the wings, one which can either help or hinder the achievement of prevention goals, namely religious tenets. World religions can make a difference in the race to distribute vaccines, for better or for worse, and we are already seeing their impact around the world.
To read the article, click here: https://impakter.com/role-religion-covid-prevention-response/
Then, as I looked back on my blog, I realized I’ve abandoned you, my friends, since…August! Way too long!
To remedy (just a bit), here’s the list of my articles published on Impakter since then – and for those of you who are writers (like me – I’m writing a children’s book series of fantasy travel), I draw your attention to the article about the launch of the Publishers SDG Compact. That’s pretty important for us writers!
Take a look below:
It happened today, 16 November. Hungary and Poland have managed to block Europe’s €750 billion Recovery Fund. Europeans rarely agree on anything and now the Visegrad group of East European countries led by Hungary and Poland is threatening Europe’s path to
Biden’s victory, as welcome as it is, means very different things for America and for the world. Here I will try to look beyond the coming eleven weeks of recriminations, accusations and lawsuits that Trump appears set to unleash. I
More Americans are beginning to realize what has been evident all along to impartial observers in Europe: If Trump gets another four years at the White House, it will mark the definitive decline of American power. Much to China’s and
Today, 14 October, something special happened at the 2020 Frankfurt Book Fair: The SDG Publishers Compact was launched (SDG stands for Sustainable Development Goals). This is important first of all because of the venue: The Frankfurt Book Fair is the
Once again the European Parliament and the Council are at loggerheads over the EU’s seven-year budget. The “only” difference compared to previous negotiations is that, in this case, the 2021-2027 budget is anchored to a crucial instrument for economic recovery:
The new European Commission president, Ursula von der Leyen, the first woman ever to hold the job in its 63-year history, has set out to change Europe, pushing it into a new direction. In the few months, she has been in
Ok, that’s it for now. If you want to read any of those articles, it’s easy, just click on the article’s title. I hope you enjoy them, Let me know what you think!