Equality & Covid-19
Disability & Covid-19
The articles listed below explore some of the effects Covid-19 has had on people with disabilities.
|Post-lockdown position paper||Science Direct||5/12/2020|
Carers & Covid-19
Covid-19 has particular resonance with carers, many of whom have found themselves without their usual supports in the midst of the lockdown. Some relevant articles are listed below.
|The impact of Covid-19 on Ireland's full-time carers||RTÉ||7th April 2020|
|Caring for the carers during Covid-19 outbreak||RTÉ||26th April 2020|
|Carers are frontline workers too ... but we are unappreciated and unseen||The Independent||10th June 2020|
|A 'Hitchhiker's Guide' to Caring for an Older Person Before and During Coronavirus-19||Gender, Work & Organization||19th May 2020|
|Sharing the Caring||Women's Higher Education Network||2020||Full Report|
Gender & Covid-19
Covid-19 has impacted our lives in myriad ways in every walk of life, right across the globe. There is growing evidence that it has impacted different communities differently. Below is a selection of some of the articles and reports from research into how Covid-19 has disparately impacted the genders.
Other articles on the impacts of Covid
Inequitable Access to Hospital Care - Protecting Disadvantaged Populations during Public Health Emergencies - The New England Journal of Medicine, December 9th 2021