Around the world, the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated differences that already existed. Health outcomes and the economic impacts of resulting lockdowns have not been evenly distributed, and inequalities have deepened. […]
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Taiz and the Health-Peace nexus governing Covid-19 in the city
Prior to the first recorded Covid-19 case in Yemen in April 2020, the economic warfare waged by all conflict parties had destroyed vital infrastructure and left 24 million Yemenis seeking […]
Is Covid-19 reshaping our approach to development research?
Today marks the first anniversary of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) declaration of Covid-19 as a pandemic. The announcement represents a historic moment in which the WHO called on nations to take […]
Remote research and disability inclusion during the pandemic
Covid-19 has brought with it a host of changes for development researchers. In many cases, fieldwork has been replaced with remote research methods, ranging from third party data collection to phone […]
Visualising the world’s response to Covid-19 through online trackers
More than a year after the first confirmed case of Covid-19, and almost eleven months after the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared a pandemic, there are few areas of local, […]
Research roadmaps, collectives and platforms – for the Covid-19 response and beyond
The Covid-19 pandemic is shining a spotlight, bringing into sharp relief a range of fissures, cracks and marginalisations in societies throughout the world. Although often characterised as a health crisis, […]