Mexico Moves Forward With “Patria” Vaccine
News Article
National vaccine developments move forward and promise affordable, quality immunization against COVID-19.
COVID-19 Passport Threatens to Worsen Inequality
Weekly Roundups
Vaccine distribution keeps evidencing global inequality and countries could take measures that might worsen this scenario.
Period Poverty: A Proposition For Public Health
News Article
Moving toward breaking stigmas, Michoacán approves the #MenstruaciónDigna law for public schools.
Rocket
Analysis
Three decades after the launch of the first Mexican satellite, Mexico’s incipient space industry is preparing for takeoff.
Satellite image
News Article
AEM announced its participation in the Integral Satellite Information Regional System (SIRIS) platform to monitor economic activities.
Mexico’s Response to COVID-19 Found Wanting
News Article
Inequalities come to light as countries face the COVID-19 pandemic in different ways.
Silvia Davila
View from the Top
Silvia Davila
Regional President Latin America
Danone Dairy
Silvia Davila, head of Danone Dairy in Latin America, talks about the challenges of the pandemic and what the company has learned.
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Weekly Roundups
In 2019, remote work was considered in Mexican law. Are these changes in legislation sufficient to face the current labor reality?
Jorge Gutiérrez
Expert Contributor
Jorge Gutiérrez de Velasco
Rector
Aeronautical University in Queretaro|UNAQ
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