The current COVID-19 discourse shows how little social scientists have made their voices heard, and should inspire us to do more and speak out louder_while keeping distance
While frantically reading news about COVID-19, I wonder why the voices of social scientists and even public health specialists seem so subdued.
Protecting Human Health in the era of Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities in Southeast Asia
Climate change has previously been described as the “biggest global health threat of the 21st century.” Recently, there have been calls within the global health community to declare a planetary health emergency.
On 11th September 2019, approximately 40 people gathered at SEA-Junction to attend the panel discussion “How Safe is ASEAN for Women?”
On 16th August 2019, 40 people concerned about the future of our world gathered at SEA Junction to attend the Panel Discussion “A Green Future for Southeast Asia?”
This event was inspired by Janjira Sombatpoonsiri’s article on “Fake News and Thailand’s Information Wars: How Politicizing Fake News Consolidates Thailand’s Authoritarian Rule”