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Climbing ropes
by Marian Barnes  |  25th June 2020

Marian Barnes, Emeritus Professor of Social Policy, University of Brighton, discusses going beyond boundaries that separate researchers from different disciplines, and boundaries that separate researchers from those they research.…Read more

Balcony
by Sophie Bowlby and Eleanor Jupp  |  12th June 2020

Sophie Bowlby and Eleanor Jupp, two of the co-authors of 'The New Politics of Home: Housing, Gender and Care in Times of Crisis', look at how coronavirus conditions can make us consider new aspects of home, care and the wider infrastructures that support them.…Read more

Hands in the air
by Daiga Kamerāde  |  3rd June 2020

This Volunteers' Week, Daiga Kamerāde, co-editor of the Voluntary Sector Review journal, looks out how volunteering is changing because of the pandemic.…Read more

Glowstick rainbow in window

Ian Greener, co-author of 'Reforming Healthcare', reflects on some of the things the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light and explores some of the ways we can combat these issues in the future.…Read more

Ratty trainers
by Paulo Pinheiro and Ullrich Bauer  |  25th May 2020

Paulo Pinheiro and Ullrich Bauer discuss how children and young people have been of secondary importance during the COVID-19 response and why this needs to change when it comes to tackling the consequences and effects of the pandemic.…Read more

PPE
by Iestyn Williams Helen Dickinson and Suzanne Robinson  |  15th May 2020

Iestyn Williams, Helen Dickinson and Suzanne Robinson, authors of 'Rationing in health care', discuss the shortages in critical COVID-19 response resources, such as PPE, and whether ethics can help us when rationing the health care we do have available.…Read more

Abstract pattern
by Amanda Grenier Chris Phillipson and Rick Settersten  |  11th May 2020

Amanda Grenier, Chris Phillipson and Rick Settersten, editors of 'Precarity and Ageing', examine some of the challenges facing older people, with particular focus on the precariousness that can come with old age.…Read more

Typewriter saying 'Stories matter'

Read about the CoronaDiaries project, launched by Dr Michael Ward, Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences at Swansea University, in which participants will document their life experiences over the coming months to offer a lens into the COVID-19 crisis.…Read more

Covid mask wall art
by The ECDC Public Health Emergency Team  |  24th April 2020

Drawing from an article in the Evidence & Policy journal, published by Policy Press, The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control Public Health Emergency team offer lessons from recent history for decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic.…Read more

network of wires
by Jonathan Wistow  |  30th March 2020

How we as societies respond to the challenges and opportunities arising from the global crisis of coronavirus could lead to fundamental changes in the social contracts across these societies. Jonathan Wistow shows how this is an opportunity to reassess the kind of deal we have with the state and other interests and influences. …Read more