The post-pandemic world and the prospect for global justice: a commentary
Source of Publication
The pandemic has wiped out over 4 million human lives and caused huge economic loss. As poverty forecasts famine, the super-rich became richer. The consequence of the pandemic has also shrunk the democratic space. In selected cases, the growing perception of social inequality matched the number of caseloads of infections and deaths. The response to the pandemic varied depending not only on the effectiveness of the responses by the respective governments but also by the presence of scientific thinking in society. The pandemic and the distribution of vaccine highlighted the need for interdependence and cooperation between the nations. It has also created a need for renewing global justice based on humanity and rationality in the post-pandemic world.
Social and Behavioral Sciences
democracy, inequality, justice, Pandemic, poverty
Khondker, Habibul Haque, "The post-pandemic world and the prospect for global justice: a commentary" (2021). All Works. 4468.
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