Central banks and regulatory authorities have responded to the economic threat from the need to contain the COVID-19 pandemic but there is a need for more action.
Coping with COVID in education in one of the most infected municipality of Chile: “We are all learning together”
How have teachers and learners in Santiago adapted to COVID-19? Two education services managers explain.
Why paying employees a living wage underpins the resilience, sustainability and support that is likely to be critical for organisations to survive – or maybe even thrive – in the current crisis.
Emergency protection for UK buyers and renters during the COVID-19 lockdown has been welcomed but the legislation is a temporary fix to deep-rooted, pre-pandemic failings which should be addressed as we move to the recovery phase.
An email interview with Maureen McKenna, Executive Director of Education, Glasgow City Council, posted on the International Education News website.
Expert advice has been prominent in the COVID-19 crisis but understanding the relationship between experts and policymaking will be of particular importance as we move to the next stage.
A variety of surveys from researchers seeking to understand how the COVID-19 school closures have affected educators, families, and children.
COVID-19 and Food Train – more food security, kindness and dedication to vulnerable older people at home
How Food Train has rapidly adapted to ensure older people get meals and contact with others during COVID-19 and the lessons that will be useful for future policymaking.
Professor Anton Muscatelli argues that the recognition of university research in the UK budget now offers a focus, where UK research can help shape a post COVID-19 economy that delivers for all.
A thinkpiece on how ‘life in lockdown’ sharpens focus on community and how this exceptional situation could serve as a catalyst for cohesion and social change.