E' online il numero monografico della rivista brasiliana REALIS (Rivista di Studi AntiUtilitaristi e PostColoniali) "La pandemia in un mondo complesso e globale | postcolonialità e solidarietà in prospettiva"
Paolo PARRA SAIANI and Danae VIDELA IGOR, editors – Roma: Social-One, 2020
xii + 138 pages.
Paolo Contini, Silvia Cataldi,
Alejandro De Marzo, Andrea Gallelli,
Lucas Tavares Galindo Filho,
Gennaro Iorio, Paulo Henrique Martins,
Angela Mongelli, Giuseppe Pellegrini
© 2020 Social-One
Episode 1. Rome, Marconi area. On a bench there are shopping bags with bread, tomato puree, pasta, milk and other groceries. A sign says “Whoever can, leave something with love, whoever is in need, take with love“.
Episode 2. A group of professionals launch the “suspended idea” project. A platform for the exchange of concrete ideas to support small businesses and real economy. All for free. Those who have an idea make it available, those who consider it useful for their business can put it into practice.
Episode 3. In a Madrid hospital during these days of health emergency, a taxi driver brings many patients in and out of the hospital, without asking for any compensation. One day the taxi driver receives the usual call from the hospital, but instead of a patient waiting for him, he finds a group of doctors and nurses who welcome him with a thunderous applause, all in standing ovation, thank him for the service and give him an envelope.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the globe, research into finding an effective vaccine continues, both in the pharmaceutical industry and in public research. Indeed, everyone converges on the idea that ultimately, the only way to definitively eradicate the pandemic is to have a vaccine that can be administered to all the inhabitants of the planet, urban or rural, men or women, living in rich or poor countries.
The effectiveness of a vaccination campaign is based on its universality. Governments should make it available free of cost. Only the people who want special service delivery they can pay for the services and the vaccine.
I sign for the future Covid 19 vaccine to be put on public domain,
To make available to all, vaccines should be made free from any patent. It should be in public domain. This will allow governments, foundations, charity organizations, philanthropist individuals and social businesses (that is, businesses which are created to solve people’s problems without taking any personal profit out of it) to come forward to produce and/or distribute this all over the world.
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