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20 January 2022
Health is a feminist issue
There is a lack of will to save public healthcare. Instead, private investment is growing exponentially. Without a paradigm shift, without putting the relationship back at the centre of care and human coexistence, we will not see real change. This is the change in civilisation that we have been talking about for some time.
In the course of the fourth Covid wave, we reaffirmed - if there was any need - the disaster of local public health care: super-conscientious but overburdened and unreachable - or on the run - general practitioners, no support, stressed or non-existent Usca, do-it-yourself tampons, the bricolage of self-care. And every other health problem neglected and postponed sine die. Almost every family has experienced the problem up close. A stress-test that brought to light the problems accumulated over years and years of bad practices [...]
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30 May 2021
The health care we want: women's difference in care
Value of care, community health, the maternal relationship model: how women can govern health for all, while remaining themselves
The book project The Health Care We Want. Women-oriented care comes from the work and experience of women in medicine during the long suspended time of the pandemic. An infinite shift made up of elementary and specialist care, of consolidated experience and experimentation, of "cold blood" and fragility, in which their presence made the difference. After the first phase of the lockdown, with the ineffectiveness of the directorates, the uselessness of the managerial pyramids, the absence of a long look of the policy, we have analysed the [...]
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9 February 2021
Freeing women's energies: how the French model of care works
Among the many proposals that women's groups and associations, such as those gathered in Half of it, are bringing to the attention of the future government and on the table of the Recovery Plan is also a reform of welfare and services in support of female employment - and consequently of the birth rate. Linda Laura Sabbadini often refers to the so-called French model. Let's see here in detail what it consists of (the following is an identical speech of mine in the PD National Direction in [...].
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3 February 2021
Budget and Recovery Plan: not a recovery for women
"Woman is the other in relation to man. Man is the other than woman. Equality is an ideological attempt to enslave woman to higher levels". Carla Lonzi, Carla Accardi, Elvira Banotti Manifesto di Rivolta Femminile - Rome 1970. Merciless numbers for female employment: in December, ISTAT recorded a drop in the number of jobs of 0.4% compared to November, 101 thousand fewer employed. Of those 101 thousand, 99 thousand are women (98%) and 2 thousand are men. On a [...]
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16 January 2021
What is the place of women in the Great Reset?
Covid-19-The Great Reset (Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret, Forum Publishing 2020: no Italian translation yet) illustrates the project of rebuilding the world after the Coronavirus (BC). I don't think that would be the world I would like to live in. The point of observation: Schwab is founder and president of the World Economic Forum -the text is formally the WEF's proposal for post-pandemic reconstruction and will be the focus of the Davos 2021 dialogues- while Malleret is manager of Monthly Barometer, [...]
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