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Jonas Ecke

Jonas Ecke, PhD is a global health practitioner. He has worked in the field of humanitarian aid in Ghana, Liberia and South Sudan. His work encompasses local perceptions of Ebola, malaria and Covid-19, and he publishes both in journalistic and academic outlets. He earned his PhD in anthropology from Purdue University in the US.


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From Ukraine to the War on Terror: How Imperialism Turns Displaced People Invisible

For populations within states that undertake massive military aggression, the victims of this aggression often become invisible.

Jonas Ecke ·


The World's Failed Response to Covid-19 in Africa Must End

Africans are paying the price of global abandonment with their lives.

Mosoka Fallah ·


Yet Another Betrayal of Humanitarianism: EU Policies at the Greece-Turkey Border

If fascism now comes wrapped in an American flag, it is accompanied and conjured by historical amnesia in Europe.

Jonas Ecke ·


Whatever Happened to Peace? Arms, Oil and War by Proxy

We're living in a new era of proxy warfare, where multiple powers fund local proxies with disastrous consequences. We need to break the cycle.

Jonas Ecke ·

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