A flexible rearrangement

The office. The place where deals are made, solutions are found, top decisions are taken… where company identity is created, and the company culture breeds, professional and casual relationships are established—the place where, after the pandemic, employees want to go back to…but not really.  More than a year ago, millions of workers worldwide were forced

Major Setbacks in Europe’s Approach to Vaccination

“No one is safe until everyone is safe”

The global financial crisis, the refugee wave, Greece’s sovereign debt crisis, Brexit – even the greatest optimist cannot deny that the European Union has been hit by a whole series of damaging blows since the Treaty of Lisbon came into effect in December 2009. But perhaps the most destabilising and devastating crisis is that of

The Tokyo Olympics: A Light of Hope or Another Lost Dream?

COVID-19 left the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Japanese authorities with little choice but to postpone the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games originally planned to be kicked off last July. 11.000 Olympic athletes, 4.400 Paralympic athletes, and 80.000 unpaid volunteers were significantly affected as one of the most prestigious sporting events was forced to

The Dilemma of Vaccination Passports

The use of vaccine passes aren’t without precedent – in the 1920s, most American schools required proof of smallpox vaccination from children wishing to attend. Nevertheless, talks of introducing the Covid-19 vaccination pass (termed as the Digital Green Pass) by the European Commission seem to be causing an especially controversial debate, especially within a population