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1. Q: The supervision on the #Chinese Internet is very strict. Will the use of #HoloPorts be restricted by the Chinese #firewall?

A: The HoloPort network should be pretty resilient, even in the face of the Great #Firewall, as the asynchronous ++
2. ++ capabilities of #Holochain allow things (application processing) to function independently on each side of the wall. Thus, ANY node that can communicate across the partition, for example, a #satellite connection, allows everything else to #synchronize with that node. An ++
3. ++ app network requires only one connection to the outside for data to eventually pass through.

That said, this is a complicated question, as government censorship is a cat-and-mouse game, and not one that we are focused on specifically. Our aim is to help ++
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On the eve of #IWD2019 it is a joy to digest the groundbreaking @GlobalHlth5050 #EqualityWorks Report findings, released in #AddisAbaba earlier today

See thread below ⬇️ for summary of key findings

#GH5050 #TimesUp #BalanceforBetter
1. Gender equality. Do the Right Thing

- #Genderequality = #humanright AND prerequisite for achieving universal, sustainable social, economic & environmental progress #UHC

- Gender equality benefits everyone: men, women and gender diverse people

#GH5050 #EqualityWorks #IWD2019
2. Organisational commitment to #genderequality on the rise

- 70% (143/198) #globalhealth orgs in review publicly state commitment to gender equality in mission
- This represents improvement from 2018
- Orgs also ⬆️recognition that gender equality benefits everyone (men, trans+)
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"#Macroprudential policies could be increased to enhance the resilience of the financial system" brookings.edu/research/finan… in "Financial conditions and GDP growth-at-risk" Adrian, Liang, et al. @BrookingsInst @IMFNews
GaR: "growth at risk" and general equilibrium models with macrofinancial linkages brookings.edu/wp-content/upl… @BrookingsInst @IMFNews @MacroFinanceSoc Liang, Adrian, et al
"A structural model would be needed to evaluate how #macroprudential policies could be used to affect GaR. In aspiration, #macroprudential policies could aim to tighten financial conditions when conditional expected growth and GaR are relatively high ... " brookings.edu/wp-content/upl…
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