covid Tag Archive

COVID-19Lifestyle

Helping the vulnerable access the internet

(4 minute read) Paola Oriunno looks at efforts to close the ‘digital divide’ in Italy.

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Mental HealthSocial IssuesThought-provoking

Less talking, more spending

(6 minute read) Emily Bashforth argues that eating disorder clinics need better funding and more government support to reach those at risk.

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COVID-19Thought-provoking

To jab or not to jab?

(4 minute read) Can mandatory vaccination be justified as a way out of the pandemic? David Albert Jones says no …

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Art & CultureCOVID-19

“Autonomy is one of the joys of encountering art”

(4 minute read) It’s not just about the exhibits. Even in Covid-times, museums and galleries should also consider the quality of the visitors’ experience, argues Tascha von Uexkull.

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Cures for languishing

(3 minute read) Nicole Law takes back control of her mental processes and finds silver linings in Covid clouds.

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COVID-19Social Issues

The right use of a sacred space?

NEW CONVERSATIONAL VIDEO – Sean Organ interviews Canon Jan McFarlane to discuss the sacred space of Lichfield Cathedral being used as a Vaccination Centre.

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COVID-19Social Issues

The Olympics – but not as you know it

(4 minute read) Brian Clarke argues that the Olympics may need changes beyond the ones enforced this year by the pandemic.

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Hope in hard times

(2 minute read) Nicole Law finds inspiration in Dickens’ words to have a soft heart, an even temper and gentle touch – even when times are trying.

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COVID-19LatestSocial Issues

Taking a bit of heaven into hell …

(4 minute read) “I saw nurses hand over their own mobile phones for patients to say their final goodbye to crying relatives.” Natasha Pritchard recalls her experiences of hospital chaplaincy during the pandemic.

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Art & Culture

In praise of libraries

(5 minute read)
Don’t take for granted the treasure on your doorstep – as libraries in various countries are opening up again, Prakarsh Singh sings their praises.

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