Essays

COVID-19 & Touch

Mickey Vallee

Calgary, Canada 24 February 2021
Essays

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 November 2020
Letters and Reflections

Mums Need Hugs: The Contradictions of Public Health

Karen Horrocks

South Yorkshire, England 7 October 2020
Essays

“Our physical and mental health are most affected by our material conditions”: The Struggle of Frontline Health Workers in India

Sanjana Santosh

Facing the pressure to do multiple surveys along with their routine work, frontline health workers in India wonder why the collected data is so valued while their labour and time congealed within the data remain undervalued.

Thane, India 10 September 2020
Essays

COVID-19, Racialisation and Care: Nepali Healthcare Practitioners’ Frontline Experience

Radha Adhikari

Edinburgh. London. Nepal. 26 June 2020
Photos and Art

Zooming Mum: Lockdown in the Care Home

Kate Carruthers Thomas

Birmingham, UK 23 June 2020
Essays

Death in the absence of hugs

Pat Sikes

UK 12 June 2020
Essays

A Malleable Border Teeming with Life

Lata Mani

Oakland, California, USA 2 June 2020
Essays

Hacia una cultura del cuidado / Towards a Culture of Care

Magdalena Zegarra Chiappori

Lima, Peru 15 May 2020
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