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Family benefits are a good investment
Helena Farré Vallejo
Multiple countries have increased child benefits to offset the consequences of the pandemic on household economies.
Fighting apathy with a stimulating intellectual life
Several authors propose curiosity and open-mindedness as antidotes to the sluggishness brought on by the pandemic.
Not enough cribs in China
Shrinking birth rates could slow down China’s economic growth if its laws to control population growth don’t change.
Made in Asia? The fashion industry comes back home
The Internet: from global cyberspace to state control
Conference on the Future of Europe: An opportunity to become a community once more
The Conference is open to the participation of all citizens, so that they can offer their opinion and make proposals concerning the direction the EU should take.
COVID passports –Solution or problem?
Vicente Bellver Capella
Asking for an immunity certificate to prove COVID-19 status in order to travel or carry out other activities may be warranted in exceptional circumstances, but it carries with it the risk of discrimination.
An F for the most popular “educational” apps
According to a recent study, many of the most downloaded apps among schoolchildren are offering a non-creative, isolating and distracting type of instruction.
Five Hundred Years of Christianity in the Philippines
Cristina A. Montes
Jaime B. Achacoso
Philippine people’s deep-rooted Catholicism now faces strong secularist trends.
Nigeria at 60
In six decades as an independent nation, this country has been ill ruled, and has suffered from violence and division, but it has a dynamic people and exports talent overseas.