August 22 Care homes / Staffing crisis leaves many English care home residents’ basic needs unmet Vulnerable people left alone in rooms for 24 hours a day and denied showers for a week as vacancies rise to 165,000 Thousands of vulnerable people are suffering inadequate care as severe staffing shortages in previously good care homesContinue reading “The Guardian looking at the 4th week of August 2022”
August 08 US Democrats finally have something to celebrate. President Joe Biden emerged from a prolonged period of isolation due to Covid-19 right as a massive $430 billion climate, energy and tax bill that was critical to his domestic agenda was passed by the Senate yesterday. His party was disciplined in just getting it done, showingContinue reading “2nd week of August 2022 by Bloomberg”
August 01 There was some rare good news out of Ukraine today when a vessel loaded with 26,000 tons of corn left the port of Odesa — the first legal shipment of grain since Russia’s invasion began in late February. It’s a small step but potentially significant for some of the world’s poorest countries asContinue reading “Balance of power in the first week of August 2022”
August 01 1st ship containing Ukrainian grain leaves port under deal The first ship carrying Ukrainian grain left the Odesa port on Monday under a deal seeking to get a backlog of crops out of the country to ease a growing global hunger crisis. The ship was headed to Lebanon with more than 26,000 tonsContinue reading “The first week of August 2022 as seen by the Week”
July 18 Zelensky fires Ukraine top prosecutor and spy chief Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed Sunday that he had fired the country’s top prosecutor and the head of its domestic intelligence agency, in the biggest shakeup of his government since Russia invaded Ukraine in February. Zelensky’s government announced the dismissals of the prosecutor general, Iryna Venediktova,Continue reading “Our selection of Things you need to know The Week: July 18 – July 24”
The evangelical right have been doing a victory lap this past week, and while they ‘celebrate’ this decision to return the decision over abortion law to state government, looking from the outside in it feels nothing but vengeful.
From now onwards we are pleased to offer you also some selection of articles from an American newspaper with standing, worthy of your attention.
While Catholic-run antiabortion rallies are common, Tuesday May 17, showed some of the faith-based side of the abortion rights movement. More than 100 Jewish groups co-sponsored the event, and speakers included Black, non-Jewish clergy and LGBTQ leaders who all characterized the ability to make reproductive decisions as a human right.
Before a dangerous man succeeds in returning as a candidate for the American presidency, people should stand up and raise their voices to avoid such atrocity. and bring a halt to the extreme right its launching violent assault after violent assault on the American communities.
In the week of May 19, the Week looked a lot at children.