New E-Book: Exploring the Coronavirus Crisis. Socio-economic Consequences of the Lockdowns

International Movement for a JUST World (JUST)'s new e-Book

The International Movement for a JUST World (JUST) has published an ebook. “Exploring the Coronavirus Crisis”, a collection of articles contributed by the President, the Vice President, some members of the Executive Committee, some individuals within the general membership and staff of JUST.

They run through the pandemic looking at the socio-economic consequences of the lockdowns and the persistence of geopolitical persecutions through unforgiving sanctions and even an invasion as if the pandemic was a convenience to be exploited for the convenience of the hegemon.

The collection tells a story of humanity quite able to abandon the moral compass and yet, some optimism lives on for a humane future.

Click here to read the e-Book.


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Askiah Adam is the Executive Director of JUST.

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