KINDY SANDHU: We have a chance during this pandemic to fight for a more equal world.
MICHAEL JENNINGS: Global health is deeply embedded in colonialism.
Looking back over lockdown in the United States and Bangladesh, Elora Halim Chowdhury makes the case for a transnational feminism that emphasises our interconnectedness and interdependence.
MEREDITH WHITTEN: The pandemic has shown just how vital parks and green spaces are for our wellbeing. Yet we are not sharing them fairly.
LYNNE SEGAL AND JO LITTLER: We are in urgent need of a politics that puts care at its heart.
JATINDER HAYRE: The government’s obesity plan will fail. Instead, we need a nationwide subsidy on fruit and vegetables.