Ignored and Invisible – Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the Face of COVID-19 Pandemic

INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE As the world is literally on a standstill due to COVID-19, vulnerable groups like urban IDPs are more weakened and more prone to experiencing injustice and inequalities. They often have limited or even non-existent access to basic services excluding them from most forms of aid and assistance.

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Review and analysis of current responses to COVID-19 in Indonesia: Period of January to March 2020

Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and predicted to be affected significantly over a longer time period. Our paper aims to provide detailed reporting and analyses of the present rapid responses to COVID-19, between January and March 2020, in Indonesia.… Read More

Ecosystems and Human Health: Critical learning for all countries

AS we relentlessly encroach on nature and degrade ecosystems, we endanger the health of all humanity, a warning underlined by the Covid-19 pandemic in the most dramatic imaginable fashion. Inger Andersen, executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme, last week noted that 75 per cent of all emerging infectious diseases in humans are zoonotic — originating from animals, whether domesticated or from the wild.… Read More

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