“So whatever you touch, women are in a bad space, as a result of the pandemic” and the underlying discrimination “that has always been there,” she said. “This therefore suggests that building back better is about gender equality, just as it’s about green economies and any equitable sharing of resources.”
The study also showed that the UAE government’s handling of the pandemic’s effect, contributed to the spread of reassurance and a sense of safety among community members, by about 98%.
The pandemic has dealt a blow to London’s tourism industry, which employs one in seven of the capital’s workers. The cobblestones are deserted at the Tower of London. A biting wind blows and there is no sign of life.
Zakaria argues that the consequences of this pandemic may not change the future so much as it would accelerate it, and as a result, the world is now left to face pressing dilemmas that it previously had a number of decades, or at least a number of years, to thoroughly tackle.
G20 finance ministers and central bankers agreed on Wednesday to extend a moratorium on debt interest payments for the poorest countries, which could lag behind the global recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Although economic recovery remains uneven due to new virus strains, disparities in vaccine rollouts between nations and distinctive market forces, the growth outlook for 2022 is expected to be positive, characterised by effective fiscal management, increased digitalisation, and risk mitigation.
The world is trying to push through a cure for the coronavirus, in the form of vaccines, but the shadow of death just won’t go away. China, which the West thinks was where the virus originated, has also been under a cloud over its efficacy of
The UAE is a vibrant example of how nations should navigate through crisis proving that it was not crippled by the pandemic but two years on it has become even better for it.
Morrison's conservative government is struggling to woo Australia's 17 million voters, lagging behind the opposition Labor party in a string of opinion polls despite presiding over a rebounding economy with a 13-year-low jobless rate of four per cent.