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Expert insights: The global approach to vaccine equity is failing

Expert insights: The global approach to vaccine equity is failing

Accusations abound of vaccine nationalism against states that stockpile vaccines and of vaccine apartheid, as COVID-19 vaccines become concentrated in rich countries. Calls for vaccine equity or justice demand vaccine allocation on account of need, based o …

Ambassador addresses ‘dilemma of NATO enlargement’

Ambassador addresses ‘dilemma of NATO enlargement’

With the Republic of Macedonia’s pending accession to NATO, Canada should stand up as a strong supporter of the Balkan nation, said Ambassador Ljuben Tevdovski, who visits Western’s campus this week.

McBean to head world science council

McBean to head world science council

University of Western Ontario professor Gordon McBean was named president-elect of the International Council for Science (ICSU) at the organization’s 30th General Assembly in Rome, Italy.

Nobel Peace Prize nominee to lecture

Nobel Peace Prize nominee to lecture

Douglas Roche, who has specialized throughout his 35-year public career in peace and human security issues, offers up his vision of a world without nuclear weapons at 3:30 p.m. today in the McKellar Room, University Community Centre.

Scientists ask Ontarians to cast three votes

Scientists ask Ontarians to cast three votes

A team of political scientists from four Canadian universities have launched an innovative project that allows Ontario voters to cast ballots using three different electoral systems for the upcoming provincial election.

Abelson: Does 9-11 still trump everything?

Sept. 11, 2011 marks the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on American soil that left more than 3,000 people dead and reduced the iconic World Trade Center to rubble.

Students join Junior Team Canada

Students join Junior Team Canada

Leenat Jilani, a political science student at Brescia University College, and Connor Lyons, a second-year political science student at Western, are two of 21 youth nationwide selected to be a Canadian Ambassador on Global Vision’s Junior Team Canada.

Ambassador addresses ‘dilemma of NATO enlargement’

Ambassador addresses ‘dilemma of NATO enlargement’

With the Republic of Macedonia’s pending accession to NATO, Canada should stand up as a strong supporter of the Balkan nation, said Ambassador Ljuben Tevdovski, who visits Western’s campus this week.

McBean to head world science council

McBean to head world science council

University of Western Ontario professor Gordon McBean was named president-elect of the International Council for Science (ICSU) at the organization’s 30th General Assembly in Rome, Italy.

Nobel Peace Prize nominee to lecture

Nobel Peace Prize nominee to lecture

Douglas Roche, who has specialized throughout his 35-year public career in peace and human security issues, offers up his vision of a world without nuclear weapons at 3:30 p.m. today in the McKellar Room, University Community Centre.

Scientists ask Ontarians to cast three votes

Scientists ask Ontarians to cast three votes

A team of political scientists from four Canadian universities have launched an innovative project that allows Ontario voters to cast ballots using three different electoral systems for the upcoming provincial election.

Abelson: Does 9-11 still trump everything?

Sept. 11, 2011 marks the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on American soil that left more than 3,000 people dead and reduced the iconic World Trade Center to rubble.

Students join Junior Team Canada

Students join Junior Team Canada

Leenat Jilani, a political science student at Brescia University College, and Connor Lyons, a second-year political science student at Western, are two of 21 youth nationwide selected to be a Canadian Ambassador on Global Vision’s Junior Team Canada.