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COVID-19: Militarise or Organise?
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COVID-19: Militarise Or Organise?

This is a re-post of a blog originally published by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Please see here for more salient commentary in their series on COVID-19. In the last week as cities around the world have entered into lockdown, and as fear of the many uncertainties associated with our latest global crisis mount, some people have turned to what they have been told by their leaders always brings security and solutions to crisis and fear: guns. Looking for safety through violence In the United States and Canada, people are buying guns and ammunition in record numbers. Some governments are [...]

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