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A Covid-19 Auto-Ethnography: Uncovering where we go from here

Sucharita Iyer

With second waves taking the world by storm, we are faced with the reality that there is nowhere to go but inwards. Sucharita Iyer writes about auto-ethnography emerging as a makeshift methodological mid-point during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mumbai, India 14 avril 2021
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Covid-19 and the Caring of the Working Class: A View from the UK

Mike Haynes

West Midlands, UK 14 avril 2021
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Navigating education and socialisation: Impact of COVID-19 lockdown on students with disabilities in India

Mridula Muralidharan

New Delhi, India 7 avril 2021
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Now More than Ever, we Need to Grow our own Food: A Call to Action

Alternative Estuary

Essex, UK 3 mars 2021
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COVID-19 & Touch

Mickey Vallee

Calgary, Canada 24 février 2021
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Solace in the Open: Portrait of a Towpath in East London during a Pandemic Lockdown

Manal Massalha

Now that it's lockdown again and children are off school, Iram can have her son join the family for a walk in the marshes during weekdays. Getting some fresh air and being in the open is how they like to start their day.

London, UK 5 février 2021
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Canadian CareMongering: Exploring the Complexities and Centrality of Community Care during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Amy Kipp & Roberta Hawkins

Guelph, Canada 27 janvier 2021
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Social Isolation is also Dangerous: The Increasing Loneliness of Turkish Women During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Merve Celtikci

Why do women bear the greatest costs of social isolation? In Turkey, the “stay home” lockdown measures have reinforced gender norms while also cutting off women from social networks, both strong (family and close friends) and weak (neighbors, coworkers) ties.

Istanbul, Turkey 20 janvier 2021
Photos et art

Communion

Julia Hartline

Calgary, Canada 16 décembre 2020
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Care, Covid 19 and Domestic Work in Latin America: An Opportunity for Recognition

Tallulah Lines and Jean Grugel

Quintana Roo, Mexico 10 décembre 2020
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Social oppression, emotional labour and collective care

Pankhuri Agarwal

Resisting social hierarchies and their borders that structure space is no easy work. Besides the possibility of threat and arrest, it takes an emotional and mental toll. In the current political climate, how can we continue to resist social oppression?

Bristol, UK & India 4 décembre 2020
Audio Video

The Lightwell (Boşluk)

Begüm Özden Fırat

İstanbul, Turkey 2 décembre 2020
Audio Video

The Balcony and our Dreams (Balkon ve Bizim Rüyalar)

Aylin Kuryel

In this new film, Aylin Kuryel brings us into a selection of dreams dreamt during the current coronavirus outbreak. The longings, worries and desires that have been quarantined in the depths of mind come to the surface and interfuse with the sounds, music, applauses & protests.

Amsterdam, Netherlands & Turkey 1 décembre 2020
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Seguridad alimentaria y la pandemia en Cuba: lanzamiento de “Trabajo de Amor”

Sarah Stephens, Justine Williams, Mariakarla Nodarse

Cuba 24 novembre 2020
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Forgotten ‘Heroes’: Frontline Nurses’ Experiences of the Covid-19 Crisis

Radha Adhikari, Sushila Karki-Budhathoki, Kate Weir

The government’s appropriation of health professionals as ‘NHS Heroes’ has been mainly a way of keeping the issue of economic and social justice at bay, without making any meaningful political commitment to improve workers’ long-term wellbeing.

Edinburgh, Scotland 19 novembre 2020
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Cuidar en tiempos de crisis: ¿Quién es responsable?

Sarah Stephens, Justine Williams, Mariakarla Nodarse

Cuba 17 novembre 2020
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Everyday Re-enchantments: Plants and the Labour of Care in the Time of Covid-19

Gavin Maclean

Glasgow, UK 13 novembre 2020
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Food Security and the Pandemic in Cuba: Film Release of “Trabajo de Amor”

Sarah Stephens, Justine Williams and Mariakarla Nodarse

Washington DC, US & Cuba 10 novembre 2020
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Nanny Solidarity Now: The Nanny Regulation Movement as Racialized Class War

Veronica Deutsch

The regulation movement is led entirely by white British women, yet migrant workers make up at least 47% of the sector. These groups benefit from implicitly racist and classist structures by centering themselves as the “qualified” option.

London, UK 4 novembre 2020
Lettres et réflexions

March to September: A Father’s Story

Abuajela Elatrsh and Benjamin Morgan

London, UK 30 octobre 2020
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