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January 19, 2021 | feministperspectivescovid-19

Au pairing in times of the pandemic

By Terese Anving In times of crisis, it is already vulnerable groups who are hit the hardest. Examples from the different parts of the world show that during …
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January 10, 2021 | feministperspectivescovid-19

Being human in times of crises and pandemics

By Vasna Ramasar As we enter 2021, it is inevitable that one looks back at the year that has passed - and what a …
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December 8, 2020 | feministpersamaranta

Bordering in the pandemic: abandonment and containment

By Maja Sager The global pandemic is a mirror that reflects back a magnified, high contrast image of the world we live in. The …
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December 2, 2020 | feministpersamaranta

Outsourcing Empathy

By Riya Raphael In spring 2020, in between streams of phone, Zoom, Teams, Skype, WhatsApp-calls, a close friend and I talked deep into one …
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September 30, 2020 | feministpersamaranta

Violence during covid-19: on immunity and community

By Maria Wemrell While we have all experienced consequences of the covid-19 pandemic, the force of its impacts have been decisively different across individuals …
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September 15, 2020 | feministpersamaranta

Covid-19 and the contradictions of care

By Rebecca Selberg In the 1990s, just around the time of the Swedish financial crisis, researchers noted a growing public and political interest in …
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July 1, 2020 | feministpersamaranta

On COVID 19 and commercial surrogacy in Ukraine

By Dr Maryna Shevtsova In 2013 I returned to Ukraine from Budapest, Hungary with an MA in Gender studies – not surprisingly it sounded …
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