How can we work together to overcome this medical and economic crisis?

The news media are flooded with articles about the negative effects around the world of the COVID-19 virus.

Less evident in the flood of news are the warnings of the economic crisis that has been unleashed.

In the regard, here is a brief quotation from an article March 28, 2020 in Forbes Magazine, which is a journal designed to be read by the capitalist class. It is entitled “Donald Trump And The Fed Are Destroying The U.S. Dollar”.

“Potential risks of the combined cross-party rescue bill and Fed’s biggest-ever bazooka include out-of-control inflation, the dollar’s displacement as the world’s funding currency, and the complete destabilization of the U.S. financial system. The Fed pumped over $1 trillion to the system in recent weeks, with its chair Jerome Powell promising never before seen levels of money printing and so-called quantitative easing to infinity through an unlimited bond-buying program.”

An economic crash can be seen as an opportunity as well as a calamity, as described in the blogs Has the crash arrived? and A new chapter in the history of the culture of peace.

Here are the CPNN articles on how we can work together to overcome this crisis:

Latin American Congress of Research for Peace will be held virtually in August

PAYNCoP Gabon : Celebrating International Volunteer Day

Gabon: Payncop and Unesco in Support of People Living with Disabilities

30,000 back US campaign seeking Nobel for Cuban doctors

United Nations: ‘Women Rise for All’ to shape leadership in pandemic response and recovery

Feeding the people in times of Pandemic: The Food Sovereignty Approach in Nicaragua

“Listening as governance”, by Amartya Sen

Philippines: Women’s leadership in the time of pandemic

Leading by Example: Cuba in the Covid-19 Pandemic

International Fellowship of Reonciliation: Open letter to the United Nations

Navajo Nation: Seeds of Hope during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Agroecology: The Real Deal For Climate Crisis In Africa

North Africa: The Corona pandemic and the Struggle for our Peoples’ Resources and Food Sovereignty

Amnesty International: Ignored by COVID-19 responses, refugees face starvation

Work: Democratize, Decommodify, Remediate

Spain: Movimiento por la Paz launches an online course with «five paths for peace»

PAYNCoP Gabon Works with UNESCO to Combat Covid19 Fake News and Violence Against Women

Earth Day Communiqué – 22nd April 2020 Making Peace with the Earth

USA: The Rebirth of the Food Sovereignty Movement: The pandemic is reviving the push for locally produced foods

USA: How Detroit’s farms and gardens are adapting to the COVID-19 crisis

Grow your own: Urban farming flourishes in coronavirus lockdowns

The New World Citizen Laboratory, Yali Gabon and PAYNCoP Gabon join forces to raise awareness about Covid 19

United Nations: Debt-laden countries at risk, as financial markets screech to a halt

Could COVID-19 give rise to a greener global future?

Peace Education and the Pandemic: Global Perspectives (video now available)

Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire: Do Not Be Afraid…. All Will Be Well…

Intercultural Cities: Raseborg, Finland, testing solutions to Covid crisis

From Nazra for Feminist Studies (Egypt): A Letter of Solidarity; Together, We Stand in Solidarity..To Build

A global call from Palestine Action for the Planet

Covid-19: A new organization of the world is essential (Moroccan university professor)

Gorbachev: Time to Revise the Entire Global Agenda

Coronavirus as a Chance for System Change: 5 Suggestions from Tamera

USA: A Department of Actual Defense in a Time of Coronavirus

Time to Change America

Former UK Royal Navy Commanders call for nuclear cuts to help address Covid-19 pandemic

PAYNCoP Gabon and Engineers Without Borders join forces to fight COVID 19

Cuba’s Coronavirus Response Is Putting Other Countries to Shame

Love and Nonviolence in the Time of Coronavirus

Mexico: Jëën pä’äm, the illness of fire

Defending Humanity Against the Elite Coup

IPB Statement: Call to the G20 to Invest in Healthcare Instead of Militarization

UN Secretary-General calls for global ceasefire

Coronavirus: Ministers urged to divert military spending to tackle pandemic

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