20 april 2021

The Mondialist marks the 60th anniversary of the first human in space by writing that since the days of Yuri Gagarin, “the purpose of space travel has been the subject of controversial debate. … In his 2020 book, Dark Skies: Space Expansionism, Planetary Geopolitics, and the Ends of HumanityDaniel Deudney of Johns Hopkins University shows how current space activities favour the increased likelihood of catastrophic nuclear war and a reinforcement of global isolation and vulnerability. The development of large-scale orbital infrastructures to meet Earth’s energy and resource needs will likely require or spawn a world government.” Read full article

Writing on the United Nations Foundation website, Sarah Alaoui says “women of all backgrounds have been bearing the brunt of COVID-19’s devastating impact. In fact, 70% of all health care workers and first responders worldwide are women. And it’s not just female health workers either. In Pune, India, for example, where 75% of waste pickers are women, their job became more challenging — and more critical — during the pandemic. … If we are going to truly and adequately address these wide-ranging needs, governments worldwide must act now to engage and include women at every level.” Read full article

The African Union Commission is seeking a Director Human Resources Management, who will provide “overall strategic leadership on HR Management and Development to the entire African Union Organs.” More information here

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