Studies show that up to 1 in 3 people might refuse to take a Covid-19 vaccine. This problem must be overcome – but it can't be addressed by writing off large swathes of the population as anti-vaxxers.
Forty years of neoliberalism has left our societies exposed and ill prepared to face a public health crisis on the scale of coronavirus, argues David Harvey.
Automation has been slower in recent years than many expected – but with the pandemic forcing companies to innovate, and borrowing cheaper than ever, many of today's job losses might become permanent.
The poorest areas of England have suffered twice as many Covid-19 deaths as the richest – now, they are denied proper funding to survive the winter. It's time to fight back against a government that is entrenching inequality.
Almost half of the women workers who have lost their jobs during Covid-19 cite lack of childcare as a factor. It's time to recognise childcare as a public good – and make it available to everyone.
A decade of cuts have undermined Britain's health service. But in North Devon, residents fought back – and now their hospital is playing a leading role in the battle against Covid-19.
A new report from the UN suggests that as many as half a billion jobs could be at risk worldwide from Covid-19. Only ambitious economic policies can meet the scale of the crisis.
Recent decades have seen inequality grow across the West. The Covid-19 crisis looks likely to continue the trend, but it doesn't have to be that way – governments could choose to fight it instead.
With many forced to work from home since Covid-19, companies have increasingly used the opportunity to implement surveillance technologies and attack conditions – but workers have also found ways to fight back.
Covid-19 has demonstrated the inequalities that hide behind liberal human rights discourse – and made it clear why the fight for collective social and economic rights is so much more transformative.
From BooHoo to warehouses and meatpacking factories, the dire working conditions of modern Britain have helped to drive Covid-19 – but you won't hear much about it from the government or media.
While governments around the world have allowed inequality to increase during Covid-19, Barcelona's left-wing municipality has fought back – introducing measures to support workers, women, migrants and the environment.
From working in the most dangerous jobs to racist immigration policies, structural inequalities have placed Black people at the frontline of Covid-19 – with deadly consequences.
New research suggests that depression has doubled during Covid-19 – but years of cuts to mental health services have left support systems struggling to cope.
The extended eviction ban comes to an end later this month, threatening huge numbers of tenants with loss of their homes. Delays aren't enough – only tackling the root causes of housing insecurity can prevent a crisis.
While ministers clapped every week for migrant workers on the frontline, the Hostile Environment cast them as criminals – and exposed the myth that we're all in this together.