Wealth inequality and social media pessimism. How we forgot that we’re living the best era in history so far.

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  A few days ago Oxfam, the UK charity fighting global poverty, published a detailed report, which title soon reached global attention “An Economy for the 1%. How privilege and power in the economy drive extreme inequality and how this can be stopped”. In this sensational report Oxfam’s researchers prove that the global wealth is […]

5 YEARS OF AUSTERITY TAKES ITS TOLL ON GREEK HEALTHCARE

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Public and private hospitals in Greece are struggling to deliver good quality health care after years of austerity measures and the ongoing financial crisis. Eva Karamanoli reports from Athens: Corridors overflowing with patients; doctors trying to take care of them under intense physical and psychological pressure; shortages of drugs, medical supplies, and equipment; nurses in […]