Rhiannon Osborne in conversation with Mikaela Loach about how her book invites people into radical movements
JoinedAugust 31, 2021
Rhiannon (she/her) is a Welsh-Armenian student doctor, researcher and organiser. Her work focuses on on health and climate justice, in particular anti-extractivism, access to medicines and re-imagining health. She loves doing mutual aid work, learning to practise abolition, and trying to work out how to be a healer amidst the violence of colonial capitalism. She is an activist with the People’s Health Movement, a researcher with Centric Lab and a member of other grassroots collectives focussed on building just futures.
As of July 2021, just 1% of people in low-income countries had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. At least a fifth of the world’s population will not get access to the vaccine until 2022, and many low-income countries will have to wait until 2023 or 2024...