Author: Anaïs Julin

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the deforestation and degradation rates of tropical forest have tremendously increased following the implementation of government’s confinement measures to reduce COVID-19 spread. A total of 9583 km2 of deforestation alerts were detected during the first month, which is nearly double that of 2019 (4732 km2). Overall, deforestation increased by 63% in […]

Author: Anaïs Julin Gender-based violence (GBV) is expected to rise in every type of emergency – whether economic crises, conflict or disease outbreaks. With the COVID-19 pandemic, economic and social stress coupled with pre-existing gender inequalities and discriminatory social norms led to an exponential surge in GBV but most importantly a setback in the quest […]

Emilie Röell, founder and director of Doh Eain, discusses how the pandemic affected vulnerable people in Myanmar. Doh Eain is a participatory design practice based in Yangon dedicated to making cities better. It preserves heritage, improves public spaces and organises activities that connect people with places, employing a user-centred, participatory approach. In doing this, they […]

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This project aims at exploring the implications of Covid-19 for economic development, with particular insights on green growth alternatives and social development.

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