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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt global health, LUDCI’s second issue of the Headline Diplomat will again be dedicated to the pandemic and its many sociopolitical impacts. The latest issue explores how this public health crisis continues to affect individuals, families, and communities worldwide.
12 November 2020, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg – LUDCI.eu, Headline Diplomat eJournal has announced its second issue, The Perilous Lenses of COVID-19: The Sociopolitical Impact, Series 2. Exploring the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. This issue examines the sociopolitical effects of the coronavirus crisis in areas of health, economics, sociology, and politics.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 began in December 2019, the coronavirus has ravaged health systems, economies, and communities worldwide. Triggering one of humanity’s most pressing challenges, expert authors and editors empower readers with new scientific facts about the coronavirus symptoms; how it spreads; what one can do to stop it, and how to protect and revive communities.
With factual information, straight-shooting, and truth revealing discussion, Headline Diplomat presents information authentically and transparently. Notable topics include how pharmaceuticals are gaining; workforces are changing, and expats are moving, as well as how the coronavirus has caused inequalities to grow among other dire sociopolitical consequences, such as the rise of child abuse and exploitation, the rise of authoritarianism, leading to the fall of democracy and the death of press freedom, all giving way to a new world order.
“The virus has disrupted lives. It is time to get a grip on our communities by showing and helping to understand the sociopolitical effects of this crisis. Headline Diplomat empowers readers with the science, knowledge, and clarity to support a wider understanding, to overcome and persevere,” remarked Vassilia Orfanou, the Communications Director of LUDCI.eu.
Headline Diplomat clouts as a social impact platform that fastens the global communities and disseminates the awareness necessary to bring a wave of change.
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Media and Contact Person: Vassilia Orfanou
Company Name: Luxembourg’s Diplomacy and Communications Institute (LUDCI.eu)