Covid is also bringing about new challenges with regards to lawmaking. This is an article that I wrote a couple of months ago about how laws are made. The directives pose unique challenges, and I had so much fun writing this.
On the art of piling up books to read one day, and the comfort (and sometimes discomfort) it brings.
At the beginning of lockdown, a lawyer friend and sidekick of mine called. She helps many industries with compliance, so she has been busy during this time, trying to figure out what is allowed and what not and advising businesses how to prepare for the future. But that particular evening she sighed: “It is terrible. … Continue reading 19 Shades of Covid grief
What do we do if we don't agree with rules or laws? Do we follow them? Or do we break them? And is it ok?
We remain a Constitutional democracy during times of crisis. Values and principles that remain intact, unless we collectively give them up or change them. But the fundamental principles contained in the Constitution, as well as our Constitutional goals, should be guarded at these times.
A post on why using the metaphor of was is problematic to use when trying to manage a pandemic.