Annalisa Frisina and Elisabetta Campagni Anti-racism is a battle for memory. Enzo Traverso well underlined how statues brought down in the [...]Read more
Children in Crisis: Child Poverty and COVID-19
Basma Yaghi Newspaper headlines have had a consistent theme in the past month. UNICEF feeding British children for the first [...]Read more
Some hope for migrants and refugees in the time of COVID-19?
Jesse Machin Government responses to COVID-19 have come under scrutiny since the pandemic began. Stories on issues ranging from the economic [...]Read more
Racism as a social determinant: COVID-19 and its impacts on racial/ethnic minorities
Karim Mitha, Kaveri Qureshi, Shelina Adatia, and Hiten Dodhia As of December 21 2020, over 2.1 million individuals in the UK [...]Read more
All for Vaccination? Vaccination for All?
Tom Douglass and Michael Calnan A COVID-19 vaccine has been held by governments since the beginning as the way to control [...]Read more
From soldiers to scapegoats: Why blaming citizens in the pandemic may help extremist parties
Mario Bisiada This article is born out of personal frustration, a feeling that, I believe, is shared by many these days. [...]Read more
We are taking a break!
We are taking a break! After seven years and over fourteen hundred articles, Discover Society is having a rest from publishing [...]Read more
DID BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE COST LIVES? EVIDENCE-BASED POLICYMAKING DURING THE PANDEMIC
Martyn Hammersley During the pandemic, the UK Government’s policymaking has approximated more closely to the evidence-based model than in normal times. [...]Read more
FOCUS: UK’s first migrant camps – hope and hate waiting by the gates
Raoul Walawalker Enclosed within chained-linked fencing topped with barbed wire, the UK government has created its first ‘migrant camps’ at two [...]Read more
Viewpoint: FESTIVAL OF DISTURBANCES – An Independent, artist-led review Prevent Strategy
Julia Farrington The government has suspended its promised Independent Review of Prevent midway through its gathering of evidence. It has so [...]Read more