Open Society Sessions aim to examine the political, societal and economic dimensions of our recent experience and analyse developments in the future. Dr David Thunder offers a preliminary explanation and assessment of the role of expert knowledge in national and international responses to Covid-19, and attempts to draw some general conclusions relevant to future crises, whether concerning public health, pandemics, climate change, or food and energy shortages.
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If you have been injured by a COVID-19 vaccine, you should make a claim against the Vaccine Injury No-Fault Compensation Scheme by 4 May 2022.
Accountability of governments, policy makers, regulators and the medical fraternity for failed COVID-19 policy measures and mandates
An in-depth letter, signed by healthcare professionals from around the world, calling for the accountability of those that ignored the warnings that the cost of Covid policy would have far-reaching consequences.
GroundUp’s attempts to silence PANDA continued with a recent hit-piece. In essence what PANDA is criticised for pointing out is that the government is counting some people who have had one or two jabs as unvaccinated in order to overstate the efficacy of vaccines.
If the Covid-pandemic has taught us anything, it is that democracy has been suspended almost universally across the planet. For more than 500 days, Minister Dlamini-Zuma has governed the minutiae of our lives by decree.
BizNews community member Kin Bentley shares his frustrations with censorship around Covid-19 – and suggests a possible solution.
PANDA’s Nick Hudson in conversation with Sanjeev Sabhlok, moral philosopher and economist based in Melbourne, Australia. After many years in civil service in both India and Australia, Sanjeev left the civil service to protest the Victorian government’s pandemic policies.