Böll.Global 7: Vaccine geopolitics and its implications

An online conversation series on the consequences and management of the pandemic

Tuesday, 11. May 2021
17:00 – 18:30

No country is safe from COVID-19 until all countries are safe from COVID-19. To overcome a pandemic of this magnitude, vaccines must be made available fast. So far there is no coordinated global vaccine policy for their distribution. Boell. Global looks at how the much-needed vaccine equity for all can be achieved.

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10 years since the start of the Syrian revolution and the demands of the revolutionists are yet to be met. In light of this day, HBS has the pleasure of inviting you onto its virtual platform, Still Our Right. The platform will be online from Monday 15th of March 12 PM until Thursday 1st of April 12 AM, highlighting the projects HBS has supported throughout the years to shed light on the goals they hold and the rights they demand.

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Our Films & Videos

Hani Al Sawah's (aka Al Darwish) second album “MALAHI” (Arabic for “Temptations”) now available on Youtube.

The music album, a project in collaboration with the Heinrich Boell Beirut Office, tells the story of how the years of conflict in Syria has influenced individuals’ way of thinking regarding revolutions, war and politics, and their implication on the day-to-day lives and relations including ideas of identity and belonging.  

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Perspectives Issue #15 - Unboxing the Game: the Obvious & the Obscure

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Politics are brimming with metaphoric references to games – be it the famous “Great Game” as the diplomatic confrontation of great powers in Asia at the beginning of the 20th century was referred to, the understanding of strategic moves in a region as a “chess board,” war “theatres” or references to the “players,” the strong of them framed as “actors,” the weak as “pawns”, or the crazy ones behaving like “wild cards.”