The Children’s Commissioner’s Office publishes a new report revealing the experiences of the thousands of children who had to live in Bed and Breakfast temporary accommodation during the covid-19 lockdown earlier this year. The report highlights the damaging effects eviction and homelessness can have for vulnerable children.
Archive for August 2020
I am a virologist with expertise in coronaviruses and enteroviruses, and I’ve been curious about reinfections since the beginning of the pandemic.
In 1971, he earned a master’s degree in social welfare from the University of California Los Angeles. One of his proudest accomplishments was earning a Ph.D. in social welfare and public health from UCLA in 1983, writing his dissertation on the social and economic consequences of delayed hospital discharges.
Threatening to turn families out of their homes during the coronavirus fight isn’t just morally suspect; it’s dangerous.
If we are serious about learning from coronavirus, we will have to do more than applaud “essential workers” from our windows or change our priorities as individuals.