Categories COVID and Associated disaster and pandemic literature

Containment Strategies and Support for Vulnerable Households

Policymakers across the developing world are facing the need to make rapid decisions on their COVID-19 response with little available data or guidance. Policies that help deal with the economic cri...

Category: COVID and Associated disaster and pandemic literature

by Jonathan Leape | On 01 Apr 2020

Is Delhi enjoying Better Air Quality? A Note on the Effect of COVID-19 Lockdown on Air Pollution

The global spread of COVID-19 has restricted the anthropogenic activities across the world. This has led to some unexpected alterations in the environment. As industries, transport networks, and b...

Category: COVID and Associated disaster and pandemic literature

by Ankit Sikarwar | On 14 May 2020

On Issues With Covid19 Data And Why Kerala Stands Out In India

Quality of data released by Government having high COVID 19 numbers was analyzed. Parameters considered are timeliness of the publication of daily reports, accessibility of reports, sufficiency of t...

Category: COVID and Associated disaster and pandemic literature

by Viraj Mahesh Vibhute | On 29 Apr 2020

The COVID-19, Migration and Livelihood in India

Sudden eruption of migration crisis resulting from the out-break of COVID-19 again reminds us the urgency of the matter. This policy paper presents how our understanding of migration and livelihood...

Category: COVID and Associated disaster and pandemic literature

by R. B. Bhagat | On 14 Apr 2020

Class Struggle, Environment and the Corona Virus Pandemic

Unless militant actions are undertaken, workers will find more and more of their rights trampled in the name of fighting the Corona virus. Parties, trade unions, and social movement organisations and...

Category: COVID and Associated disaster and pandemic literature

by Kunal Chattopadhyay | On 22 Apr 2020

Shared Responsibility, Gobal Solidarity : Responding to the Socio-Economic Impacts of COVID-19

The current global health crisis is unlike any in the 75-year history of the United Nations — one that is killing people, spreading human suffering, and upending people’s lives. But this is much more...

Category: COVID and Associated disaster and pandemic literature

by United Nations (UN) | On 01 Mar 2020