Topic: Vulnerable communities

How well has data represented UK children and young people during COVID-19? It's all about their visibility, vulnerability and voice

How well has data represented UK children and young people during COVID-19? It’s all about their visibility, vulnerability and voice

The Office for Statistics Regulation’s latest report assesses how well all of the UK’s young people have been supported by ...
The importance of joy and trust: how to construct a post-COVID future that works for young people

The importance of joy and trust: how to construct a post-COVID future that works for young people

BBC Children in Need has been hearing directly from young people about the consequences of the pandemic. There is a ...

RESEARCH NOTES

Operationalising intersectionality in COVID-19 recovery

Operationalising intersectionality in COVID-19 recovery

Researchers and policymakers have long struggled with how to apply theories of intersectionality. So what are the key considerations to ...
COVID-19 recovery must deliver for those furthest behind and ignored. The only answer is intersectional policymaking and system change

COVID-19 recovery must deliver for those furthest behind and ignored. The only answer is intersectional policymaking and system change

Positive signs of policy inclusiveness in the early stages of the pandemic are much less evident in the UK’s post-COVID ...
Bridgend, Wales

The Welsh government is to trial a form of Basic Income as part of its COVID-19 recovery strategy. So how should it be designed?

A striking element of pandemic recovery planning in Wales has been the announcement of a Basic Income scheme. But what ...
The UK’s COVID recovery strategy will only ‘build back better’ if it delivers for low-paid workers

The UK’s COVID recovery strategy will only ‘build back better’ if it delivers for low-paid workers

Policymakers should not assume that a rising minimum wage and reopened economy will be sufficient to achieve an inclusive pandemic ...
How should we address the many social inequalities amplified by COVID-19? The case for social multipliers

How should we address the many social inequalities amplified by COVID-19? The case for social multipliers

Geoff Mulgan offers a policy-focused response to IPPO's Action On Inequalities event, which saw several hundred policymakers, researchers and practitioners ...
The impact of COVID-19 on gender-based violence in the Philippines: ‘One of the most insidious consequences of the pandemic’

The impact of COVID-19 on gender-based violence in the Philippines: ‘One of the most insidious consequences of the pandemic’

The third of our INGSA inequalities case studies investigates how patterns of violence against women have changed during the Philippines’ ...
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