The COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus pandemic, is an ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‑19), caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2). The outbreak was first identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The World Health Organization declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on 30 January, and a pandemic on 11 March.



PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 6 May 2024 English

Women in Urban Informal Work and Covid-19 in India

Women in Urban Informal Work and Covid-19 in India

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 26 March 2024 English

The India Employment Report 2024 was published by the Institute for Human Development (IHD) in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO) on March 26, 2024. It is the third …

challenges, including those generated by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the labour force participation decades, though this was negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. India remains poised to take advantage education and skills viii 2.7 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on employment 38 2.8 Implications of unemployment and underemployment 88 4.6 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth employment 92 4.7 Impact of activity status (UPSS) for youths pre- and post- COVID-19 pandemic, 2019-22 (millions) 94 X Table 4.3

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 25 March 2024 English

The Invisibles - Compilation of travel data from the first phase of Covid-19

Compilation of travel data from the first phase of Covid-19

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 18 March 2024 English

The working paper highlights how inequality in India declined in the period after independence until the 1980s, after which it started rising again. The paper compares the wealth and income …

India (that began in 2017 and culminated in the COVID-19 crisis in 2020) and the pro-cyclical nature of before falling to 62% in 2020 at the time of the COVID-19 crisis. After which, top 10% shares have reverted in 2019 (Figure 17a). All this was before the COVID-19 pandemic hit and incomes fell by 9% in 2020. There income and consumption inequality declined during COVID-19 owing partly to the high covariance of capital farmers in 2018. 27 and the economic effects of COVID-19 dissipated, we find top shares revert to their

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 24 February 2024 English

The National Sample Survey Office, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India, published this factsheet on the nation-wide 'Household Consumption Expenditure Survey' on February 24, 2024. The survey …

macroeconomic indicators. However, due to the emergence of Covid-19 pandemic, the survey of 2020-21 could not be

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 1 January 2024 English

Becoming a Young Farmer with the subtitle Young People’s Pathways into Farming: Canada, China, India and Indonesia is a collection of research papers published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2024 and …

youth unemployment was rising even before the COVID-19 crisis (ILO 2020). Large-scale youth unemploy-

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 1 January 2024 English

Since the year 2020, the five richest men in the world have doubled their fortunes. During the same period, almost five billion people have become poorer. Published by Oxfam International, …

has been brutal. The 2020s, which started with COVID-19 and then saw escalating conflict, the acceleration undermine the sharing of science and technologies for COVID-19 vaccines with manufacturers in low- and middle- inflation’ since 2021.179 As supply shocks from COVID-19 rocked the global economy, large firms in many to testify before the United States Congress on COVID-19 vaccine pricing. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty have been saved had there been greater access to COVID-19 vaccines during the pandemic: lower-income countries

RCP: Royal College of Physicians · 2024 English

health. Virtual clinics have rapidly grown since COVID-19 but need for further optimisation for utility been sorely missed in recent years since the COVID-19 pandemic and a move towards online working strategies well below the national mean of 26%. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our elective drain service was significantly

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 20 November 2023 English

The Emissions Gap Report 2023 was published on November 20, 2023 by the United Nations Environment Programme. It is the 14th edition of the annual UNEP Emissions Gap Report (EGR), …

rebounded from the drop in emissions induced by the COVID-19 pandemic and now exceed 2019 levels. CO2 emissions countries. As has been amply illustrated during the COVID-19 pandemic and the energy crisis, development choices the average rate in the decade preceding the COVID-19 pandemic (2010–2019), when GHG emissions growth rebounded across most global sectors following the COVID-19 pandemic Emissions can be split into five major drop in 2020 emissions, which was induced by COVID-19, and now exceed 2019 levels with little change

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 1 October 2023

report was published in the year 2006. This 18th edition reiterates the effect of climate change, covid-19 as well as war and conflict on global food systems and emphasises the importance of youth involvement

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