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International Women’s Day 2021

“We all need to play our part” – Riskline’s Suzanne Sangiovese discusses leadership in the risk management sector to celebrate International Women’s Day

The consequences of COVID-19 vaccine inequality

Over half of the world’s countries have embarked on vaccination campaigns in a bid to halt the COVID-19 pandemic. Constraints to equal vaccination are, however, hindering the effectiveness of vaccination plans even within wealthier countries. Without equal distribution, there is a strong likelihood the pandemic will drag on further, impacting even those who are vaccinated.

South Korea’s lockdown-less response to COVID-19

South Korea’s recent responses to its third and most serious wave of COVID-19 show just how reluctant the government is to compromise the economy beyond a certain point by introducing lockdowns and other stringent restrictions in handling the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rebel coalition violence wreaks havoc in post-election CAR

The Central African Republic (CAR) continues to be plagued by violent conflict following contentious presidential elections in December 2020, with a coalition of rebel groups threatening to overthrow a weak central government.

Farmers’ protests in India: a never-ending conundrum

Despite a court stay order on recently introduced controversial farm laws in India, farmers’ protests have continued unabated due to vastly varying opinions of the BJP-led government and farmers’ unions which leaves little room for compromise during negotiations.

A short guide to post-Brexit travel

The end of the Brexit transition period, together with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has ravaged the continent, brings a new level of complexity and uncertainty to travel between the UK and the EU.

Democracy in crisis: the US Capitol riot

Following the storming of the US Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump in a failed bid to upset his recent electoral defeat, the political turmoil of the preceding year shows no signs of abating.

Informer – 2021 Forecast

As a tumultuous year comes to an end, we look towards key global risks affecting travellers in 2021.

International Women’s Day 2021

“We all need to play our part” – Riskline’s Suzanne Sangiovese discusses leadership in the risk management sector to celebrate International Women’s Day

The consequences of COVID-19 vaccine inequality

Over half of the world’s countries have embarked on vaccination campaigns in a bid to halt the COVID-19 pandemic. Constraints to equal vaccination are, however, hindering the effectiveness of vaccination plans even within wealthier countries. Without equal distribution, there is a strong likelihood the pandemic will drag on further, impacting even those who are vaccinated.

South Korea’s lockdown-less response to COVID-19

South Korea’s recent responses to its third and most serious wave of COVID-19 show just how reluctant the government is to compromise the economy beyond a certain point by introducing lockdowns and other stringent restrictions in handling the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rebel coalition violence wreaks havoc in post-election CAR

The Central African Republic (CAR) continues to be plagued by violent conflict following contentious presidential elections in December 2020, with a coalition of rebel groups threatening to overthrow a weak central government.

Farmers’ protests in India: a never-ending conundrum

Despite a court stay order on recently introduced controversial farm laws in India, farmers’ protests have continued unabated due to vastly varying opinions of the BJP-led government and farmers’ unions which leaves little room for compromise during negotiations.

A short guide to post-Brexit travel

The end of the Brexit transition period, together with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has ravaged the continent, brings a new level of complexity and uncertainty to travel between the UK and the EU.

Democracy in crisis: the US Capitol riot

Following the storming of the US Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump in a failed bid to upset his recent electoral defeat, the political turmoil of the preceding year shows no signs of abating.

Informer – 2021 Forecast

As a tumultuous year comes to an end, we look towards key global risks affecting travellers in 2021.

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