‘Everybody In’: What Could Have Been

During the first wave of COVID-19, thousands were housed under the most rapid and expansive homelessness initiative undertaken in decades. Yet, evidence shows that the decision to stop the scheme has limited its potential to make a lasting difference.

The Downside of Data-Analysis

By Charlotte Service Although data has been around in its various forms for centuries, its role within society has become increasingly significant in recent years. The incessant advancements in the realms of technology has propelled our ability to store and share information into a constant state of progression. A profound collection of data and numbers allow…

We’re Not in This Together: Covid-19 and the Poverty Crisis

By Orla Emberson At the crux of coronavirus messaging in the UK, as well as the rest of the world, is the sense of universality – that is, all of us are affected by the havoc wreaked by this deadly virus. Any one of us is susceptible to contracting COVID-19 or experiencing a loss of a…

The Shaken Future of a Generation

The relentless effects of Coronavirus will shadow the children and young adults of Generation Z, and our country, through the remainder of this century. By Nina McNicol