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Thinking About the Pandemic

The rapid expansion of COVID-19 has dramatically forced us to face up to the fragility of human life and, in a world which, for some years now, has been plunged into several political and ecological crises, that this situation is taking on a significance of a scope we do not yet know. Tomorrow’s world looks full of uncertainties, but also new possibilities. More than ever now, we need spaces for discussion, for sharing, and for exchanging the possible futures that are opening out before us.

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