Podcast downloads for How They Made Us Doubt Everything
Marta ForestiInspired by this excellent @peterpomeranzev #podcast - how the tobacco and oil industries manipulated evidence to instil doubts in public opinion on causes of cancer and #climatechange.
#Migration is not different
As the political response to migration becomes more intense, Marta Foresti analyses the role of ’globalism’ in fueling, rather than stopping, such trends.
Marta ForestiMy bit on the Clandestine Channel Threat Commander and the hysteria about #channelcrossings.
A mea culpa, above all else. How we ‘globalists’ have underestimated misuse of evidence in public debate and how doubt/confusion fuel fear in a global pandemic.
The pandemic has made even more Canadians uncertain whether they can afford - or want - to have children. When borders open again, immigration will be more important than ever to our future – if we're willing to embrace it
Marta Foresti‘When borders open again, #immigration will be more important than ever to our future – if we're willing to embrace it’ - in Canada and everywhere.
Via @globeandmail #migration #COVID19
Posted by Edward Hedger, Nick Manning and Allen Schick Note by the PFM Blog Editors: This article summarizes a recently published Report by an International Working Group at the New York University’s Wagner School. A review of the Report by...
The Mediterranean is a region of opportunity, but not for everyone. Sherine El Taraboulsi-McCarthy introduces ODI MED: the context, challenges and goals.
Marta ForestiThis matters not only because of the devastating explosion in #Beirut.
But also because, as @staraboulsi explains, it is time to change the geopolitics of North-South relations and how we think and work in #globaldev and security.
OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
Senior Research Fellow – Social Protection
Equity and Social Policy Programme
Contract: Open Ended