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Publication Detail
A civil society perspective on inequalities: the COVID-19 revision
  • Publication Type:
    Working discussion paper
  • Authors:
    Cho H, Ilie E, Natarajan L
  • Publisher:
    Sheffield University
  • Publication date:
    02/2021
  • Place of publication:
    Sheffield
  • Report number:
    3
  • Series:
    The UK2070 Papers: The Working Paper Series of the UK2070 Commission
  • Status:
    Published
  • Keyword:
    Inequality, Community, Covid-19
Abstract
Civil society and organisations are critical to the wellbeing of all communities. They are in a unique position to have first-hand understanding of local issues. This paper sets out the argument based on new research for why they must be part of the efforts to resolve the national uneven distribution of resources and to build resilient communities.
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