Coronavirus Pandemic, covid-19, Everyday life and critical diversities, Social Inequalities and Social Ordering

Migrant families, Covid-19 travel restrictions, and everyday bordering

By Maria Teresa Ferazzoli and Julie Walsh  In the early days of the pandemic, many countries closed their borders to stop the spread of COVID-19. International travel has continued to be restricted, but with changing caveats, including ‘essential’ travel only, restrictions on travellers from particular countries, and the introduction of vaccination ‘passports’. Most recently, borders… Continue reading Migrant families, Covid-19 travel restrictions, and everyday bordering

Coronavirus Pandemic

Collaborative research: the potential of COVID contingencies.

By Julie Walsh and Asma Khan It’s Monday 23rd March, and Boris Johnson broadcasts the historic statement: ‘From this evening I must give the British people a very simple instruction – you must stay at home’.   On April 1st – just a week later – we are due to start fieldwork for the ESRC… Continue reading Collaborative research: the potential of COVID contingencies.