PART 2: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020

Where Care Meets Social Context Starting with Adia Benton's webinar that initiates thinking about ' (i) What kind of powers are granted in any kind of emergency; (ii) Needing to reimagine our international institutions; (iii) Needing to consider epidemiological and clinical concerns in the context of different social and economic realities; (iv) COVID-19 has revealed … Continue reading PART 2: My COVID Reading List from March/April 2020

The Dirty Nature of Paternalistic Care

The world is increasingly controlled through administration, but it is not a productive process as it often claims to be. It is the exploitation of ideas of harm in order to gain control of resources. Paternalistic 'democratic' and 'caring' processes are at the very heart of this exploitation.