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Covid-19 related research

Remote Learning among Vulnerable Families during COVID-19 in Rwanda: Opportunities, Challenges and the Potential for Sustainability

This paper explores potential for sustainable remote learning as an option for addressing inequities to education, especially during COVID-19 and other related pandemics.

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Education, Livelihoods and Health - Visualisation of the Main Findings (Hindi translation)

This research aimed to capture the impact of the pandemic on: (i) school education – students, teachers, parents; (ii) higher education – students, research scholars, faculty members; (iii) livelihoods and the everyday life of informal workers. This visualisation is an extract from the main research report available in Hindi.

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Education, Livelihoods and Health - Research Report (Hindi translation)

The strict and sudden lockdown imposed by the Government of India in the third week of March 2020 to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, made visible the inadequacy and fragility of the Indian education system and urban social protection systems.

Education for Sustainable Development and COVID-19 in Southern Africa

Intersecting perspectives on why water, food and livelihoods matter in transforming education for sustainable futures.

Stories of collective learning and care during a pandemic

Reflective research by practitioners, researchers and community-based organisers on the collective shifts and praxis needed to regenerate transformative futures.

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Education, Livelihoods and Health - Visualisation of the Main Findings

This research aimed to capture the impact of the pandemic on: (i) school education – students, teachers, parents; (ii) higher education – students, research scholars, faculty members; (iii) livelihoods and the everyday life of informal workers.

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Education, Livelihoods and Health - Research Report

The strict and sudden lockdown imposed by the Government of India in the third week of March 2020 to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, made visible the inadequacy and fragility of the Indian education system and urban social protection systems.

COVIDED - COVID-19 and Education in Somalia/Somaliland

A TESF COVID-19 research report on a project aimed to understand the impact of COVID-19 response on education in Somalia/Somaliland.

Intersecting perspectives on why water, food and livelihoods matter in transforming education for sustainable futures

Intersecting perspectives on why water, food and livelihoods matter in transforming education for sustainable futures.

Poverty and Inequality Dimensions of COVID-19 in Africa

The Bristol Poverty Institute (BPI) and Perivoli Africa Research Centre (PARC) hosted a collaborative webinar on the poverty and inequality dimensions of COVID-19 in Africa on Thursday 12 November 2020. This video recording is the first of a series of recordings; the remaining videos can be accessed via the Bristol Poverty Institute’s website.

Warbihinty Covided - Covid-19 Iyooney Walbarashoody Somalia/ Somaliland

This is a translation of a research report in English into the Somali Maay dialect about impacts of Covid-19 responses on the education system in Somalia/ Somaliland.

Qoraal Kooban Oo Kusaabsan Covided - Koofidh-19 Iyo Waxbarashada Soomaaliya/ Somaliland

This is a Somali language translation of an English language research report about impacts of Covid-19 responses on the education system in Somalia/ Somaliland.

COVID-19 Responses and Education in Somalia/ Somaliland

The research covered in this journal article, published in Sociology Mind, explores the educational and broader social impacts of Covid-19 control measures and efforts to compensate for those measures in the education sector in Somalia/Somaliland.

The Case for Transformative Public Education

This paper reflects the collective experience of participants in the network in terms of responses to Covid-19 and constitutes a rapid response to the current crisis in the light of the network’s collective practical and research experience.