By Tori Keene, Editor in Chief of GLOBUS ‘Its tough, but we’re all in the same boat’. It’s a phrase most of us have probably heard, or even said ourselves at some stage during the current lockdown. To a degree, it is true; as far as we know, nobody is unable to catch covid -... Continue Reading →
By Todd Olive, GLOBUS Editor in Chief Populism is a fact of life in our world today; back in 2017, it was even named Word of the Year by Cambridge Dictionary. The Donald, as near to a human embodiment of the word as is possible, is likely to shortly be exonerated by the US Senate... Continue Reading →
Sustainable Healthcare Healthcare is acknowledged as a critical component of social stability in the developed world – and an obvious contributor to the sustainability agenda… and yet, we can’t agree the best way of provisioning it. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) is a unique system that provides free healthcare to citizens, publicly... Continue Reading →
GLOBUS Assistant Editor Lucy Jordan explores the complex true meaning of 'Climate Justice' from her own perspective as a climate activist.
Class - where does it hold a place? Is the idea still relevant or should it be relegated to the history books? GLOBUS Correspondent, Ana Lopez de Arenosa, sets out to investigate the impact class has on topics such as health and education in context of modern day society.
GLOBUS Correspondent Aigerim Kossymova provides insight into financial speculation as she questions whether derivative markets are to blame for a global hunger.
“The west was built on racism” - Kehinde Andrews  A bold statement, but one that is completely necessary and valid in its assertion. As I will outline, not only is the West built on racism, it is sustained by the remnants of neo-colonialism and dependent on the pillaging of the African continent. Stemming from... Continue Reading →
At the recent Warwick Economics Summit, Professor Guy Standing (co-founder of the Basic Income Earth Network) challenged the key merits of capitalism by discrediting the ‘free’ nature of free markets, questioning the extent to which property rights foster economic development, and criticising the current lack of incentive to protect common goods. Whilst not providing an... Continue Reading →