By Peter Lloyd-Sherlock, UEA, January 19thAt the end of 2020, a Global Platform blog raised concerns about Indonesia’s “interesting” reported decision to explicitly exclude all people aged 60 or...
Concern about vaccine nationalism is important and well-founded, but it has overshadowed another key form of injustice: vaccine ageism.
Brazil gained prominence in the pandemic, occupying 2nd place in the global ranking of infections and deaths. Considering the risk factors among older people, the ELSI-COVID-19 initiative arose as a strategy to understand the effects of the pandemic in the lives of older adults.
How does age fit and intersect with other issues and identities? How can we encourage more inclusive, joined-up thinking?
A rápida mudança da pirâmide etária populacional brasileira, com o progressivo estreitamento da base e alargamento do topo, caracteriza a transição demográfica, cujo padrão se assemelha a vários países de baixa e média renda.
As the world starts to vaccinate, a lot of questions have started to appear in the media about the characteristics and reliability of different jabs. To better understand the challenges of mass immunisation in the context of low and middle income countries (LMICs), we have contacted Dr Anderson Brito, a virologist with experience in the Brazilian context.