By Alison Taylor

I write this series of blog posts as the Covid-19 pandemic moves into its third month and in response to media stories about “when things get back to normal.” It strikes me that the pandemic has shown us some of the cracks in systems; if taken seriously, it could spark fruitful discussion about what needs to change in our society.

  1. Part 1: Our Elders[1]
  2. Part 2: People living in poverty
  3. Part 3: A climate of change?
  4. Part 4: Working students

 

“Plant in dried cracked mud” by Aproximando Ciência e Pessoas is licensed under CC BY 2.0