Roundtable: Latin American Responses to COVID-19

| December 18, 2020
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Analyzing blood samples in the ICU of the Eugenio Espejo Hospital in Ecuador. Everyone in this unit is a COVID-19 patient. Photo credit: Paul Salazar / Banco Mundial via Flickr

The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present an online exclusive roundtable on Latin American experiences of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. This roundtable, organized by Joy Gordon and Raul Salgado Espinoza, examines the impact of COVID-19 in relation to the experiences of indigenous women in the Ecuadorian Amazon; U.S. economic sanctions on Cuba; corruption in Ecuador; and health and environment in Peru. The roundtable contains engaging contributions by Ivette Vallejo and Marisol Rodríguez, Raúl Rodríguez, Raúl Salgado Espinoza, and Doreen Montag and Marco Barboza.



Introduction: Latin American Responses to COVID-19 
Joy Gordon and Raul Salgado Espinoza

Sustaining life: Indigenous Women and COVID-19 in the Ecuadorian Amazon 
Ivette Vallejo and Marisol Rodríguez

U.S. Economic Sanctions on Cuba in the context of the Pandemic COVID-19 
Raúl Rodríguez

Corruption and COVID-19 in Ecuador 
Raúl Salgado Espinoza

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Health and the Environment in Rural Peru 
Doreen Montag and Marco Barboza

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