Determined to quash feelings of isolation and home sickness, a group of UAL students have created the Welcome Home Project.
Has Generation Alpha been left behind?
We explore the effects of lockdown restrictions on pre-school children, their social development skills, and the need for interaction.
A different epidemic in Zambia
We examine the effects of Covid-19 in Africa, focusing on Zambia to understand the position developing countries are in due to the pandemic.
How those behind the scenes have been forgotten
The government’s response to the pandemic has left the live events industry hanging by a thread, and those who work in it face a void of uncertainty.
Not so silent sufferers: Children in lockdown
“Police patrolling playgrounds is not a sight I ever thought I’d see. But here we are … children are being asked to play separately or go home.”
Amid the pandemic, refugees and asylum seekers continue to seek their rights, but at what cost and for how much longer?
Covid-19 vaccinations began to roll out in December 2020 with 20-somethings at the bottom of the pile to be inoculated against the disease.
My life on screen as a BBC journalist
BBC correspondent Laura Foster talks about how she made a career for herself in the Journalism industry.
What happens to the workplace now?
How working from home during the global pandemic has affected people and businesses alike. What does the future holds for the workplace?
Graduate job hunting in the pandemic
With lockdown restrictions the past year has certainly been a difficult time for all, but what does this mean for graduates?