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A Pandemic Journal: Free Printable in Multiple Languages

A pandemic journal printable, entirely free and available in multiple languages: this is what is on offer in this article. As many families staying home to flatten the curve and adhere to their country’s regulations, it is always useful to find new resources to occupy the kids. A pandemic journal: free printable in multiple languages... Continue Reading →

UNESCO handbook on “Journalism, Fake News & Disinformation” to be translated into 30 new languages

As disinformation escalates amid the pandemic, so too does the urgency of fighting disinformation and strengthening independent journalism so as to secure public interest information. To help journalists report effectively through the haze, and explain how disinformation works, UNESCO launched an appeal on 19 March through the network of the International Association on Media and... Continue Reading →

Spring in a Pandemic: Mary Shelley on What Makes Life Worth Living and Nature’s Beauty as a Lifeline to Regaining Sanity

“There is but one solution to the intricate riddle of life; to improve ourselves, and contribute to the happiness of others.” Half a century before Walt Whitman considered what makes life worth living when a paralytic stroke boughed him to the ground of being, Mary Shelley (August 30, 1797–February 1, 1851) placed that question at the beating heart of The... Continue Reading →

Learning To Live With The Coronavirus

Hosted by Michael Barbaro, produced by Clare Toeniskoetter and Michael Simon Johnson, and edited by Wendy Dorr Our science reporter answers your questions about how to protect yourself and your loved ones from the pandemic. Friday, March 13th, 2020Clare Toeniskoetter Test test, test. OK. Just got to Donald’s. Is it OK to lock my bike... Continue Reading →

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