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 municipalities 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.
COVID-19 has exposed the fractured housing systems identified by the international Shaping Futures research project. Now the More Different Futures Network is starting work to create better housing systems that can support the recovery of the economy and society.
COVID-19 has shown society can adapt to offer protection and recognises the value of social connections for community resilience. See how GCPH work is changing in this new context.
An email interview with Maureen McKenna, Executive Director of Education, Glasgow City Council, posted on the International Education News website.
People living in more socio-economically deprived areas had less access to a ‘good death’ than those in more affluent areas before the pandemic: now their prospects have significantly worsened.
Three possible scenarios which would set the UK on different courses in the recovery period after the immediate pandemic period, focused on the role of international trade in that strategy.
Part of a series that shares regular insights emerging from research in high poverty settings across Scotland. It focuses on the third sector and the collaborative response to supporting families.