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The Conversation viewpointWe asked 70,000 people how coronavirus affected them – what they told us revealed a lot about inequality in the UK
Womanthology blogSomething you can do to help tackle inequalities exacerbated by the pandemic: Share your experiences – Cheryl Lloyd, Programme Head, Education at the Nuffield Foundation
World after CovidThe world’s leading behavioral and social scientists share their thoughts on what effects the COVID-19 pandemic will have on our societies, to shed light on the possible long-term impact of the pandemic; not only challenges but also opportunities to better the human condition in the world after Covid. Dr Daisy Fancourt contributes.
Green prescribing for wellbeingIs green prescribing the answer to improving wellbeing post-COVID-19?
Cultural Institute - Beyond MeasureIn November 2020, Dr Daisy Fancourt, leading arts and health researcher based at UCL, joined an online conversation with Darren Henley, Chief Executive Arts Council England, as part of the Beyond Measure conference at the University of Leeds
Campaign for Social ScienceTracking the psychological and social waves of the pandemic: the COVID-19 Social Study
Covid-19 and mental health briefingHow has COVID-10 and the associated lockdown measures affected mental health and wellbeing in the UK?
Covid-19 and loneliness briefingHow has Covid-19 and associated lockdown measures affected loneliness in the UK?
APPG on Arts, Health & WellbeingHow can the arts and creativity support people who are shielding and vulnerable during Covid-19?
Compassion in PoliticsDr Daisy Fancourt: What do we know about the public's mental health and wellbeing during Covid?
Mental health and social distancingUCL looks at how lockdown due to Covid-19 is affecting our mental health and what can we do to look after ourselves
Assessing the impact of C-199
Assessing the Impact of COVID-19: from mortality to misery? | LSE Online Event
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