COVID-19

COVID-19Social IssuesThought-provoking

“The world has begun to forget about Syria and that’s painful.”

(2 minute read) Coronavirus is causing the West to forget the people of Syria who are still in desperate need of healing after almost a decade of conflict – according to a nun who has risked her life to provide urgent aid.

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Arrivals at The Station: food, essentials, gifts and more

(2 mins) In his latest monochrome photo article, Sean Organ meets the inspiring landlord of a pub in Birmingham, England. The Station Pub has become the heart of a new community project that offers food and essentials to those in need through the UK lockdowns.

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COVID-19LifestyleThought-provoking

From booze to belief …

(6 minute read)
Ben Thompson says more people are asking the ‘Big Questions’ beyond the bottle.

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Half a kilo of hope and a bag of resilience please …

(3 mins) In this photo article, Sean Organ uses beautiful, monochrome images to take the reader on a tour of an award winning market set up by a group of volunteers near Birmingham, England.

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COVID-19FamilyLatest

Being a grandma in a time of pandemic …

(7 minute read)
Marian Green misses physical contact with her grandchildren but is finding new (and old) ways to keep in touch.

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COVID-19Social IssuesThought-provoking

Life after lockdown: is a kinder, more caring world possible?

(5 minute read)
Brian Clarke argues that as we look forward to the end of the pandemic, we need to rethink our fundamental values. This article won third place in our Adamah Media Young Writers’ Competition.

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A headteacher’s pandemic diary

(13 minute read)
Clare Campbell writes movingly of life under lockdown in the classroom.

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COVID-19Mental Health

Finding ourselves through loss

(7 minute read)
John-Luke Harris believes that all we have lost in lockdown might be key to finding ourselves once it ends.

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Unlocking the arts after lockdown

(5 minute read)
Tascha Von Uexkull argues that the arts and culture should be more valued and funded if we are to feed a world of starving spirits. This is her first prize-winning article in our Adamah Media Young Writers’ Competition.

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COVID-19HistoryMental HealthThought-provoking

Lessons for lockdown from a Holocaust survivor

(7 minute read)
Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl developed a unique approach to life which enabled him to survive various Nazi concentration camps. Clare Cooper explains how his approach could be adapted to lockdown.

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