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Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Equality and Diversity
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Vol. 7 No. 1 (2021): Special issue: Intersecting inequalities in the time of Covid-19
लॉकडाउन में स्त्री दशा (State of Women in Lockdown)
Opinion: COVID-19 has fuelled an epidemic of gender-based and intersectional abuse online
The renewal of women's history: an analysis of the Women of Peace Project
Anelise Gregis Estivalet
COVID-19 Among Ethnic Minorities: How Missing Data and Colour-Blind Policies Perpetuate Inequalities in the United Kingdom and the European Union
Tomasz Chwałek, Anna Greszta, Kyla Belisario, Catherine E Rycroft, Talya Underwood, Michelle M King-Okoye
COVID-19: A turning point to further sanitation justice?
Adriana Allen, Pascale Hofmann, Nelly Leblond, Julian Walker, Wilbard Kombe, Claudy Vouhé, Robin Bloch, Braima Koroma, Colin Marx, Sulaiman Foday Kamara, Georgina Montserrat Petit, Tim Ndezi, Sandra de Castro Roque, Catarina Simões Mavila, Ibrahim Bakarr Bangura, Festo Dominic Makoba, Ilundi Polonia Cabral, Richard Prosper
The Good Girls: Locked up, Locked Out and Locked Down.
Barbara Myers, Irene Ryan, Fiona Hurd, Cassandra Mudgway
Risk and Resistance Strategies in the Cleaning Industry
Diversity Monitoring as Qualitative Research: an empirical study exploring the value of free-text demographic monitoring for organisational learning
Christopher W.B. Stephens, Lia D. Shimada
The potential implications and inequalities in the care of older people in a post-COVID world: An autoethnographic account
Authoritarian Neoliberalism and Gender Based Violence: notes on the Covid-19 pandemic in Brazil
Simone da Silva Ribeiro Gomes, Talita São Thiago Tanscheit
Precarity, a Pandemic and a 'Hostile Environment'
Stigmatizing the already stigmatized: Destigmatization of the LGBT+ Community as a solution for COVID-19
Shan-Jan Sarah Liu
Save lives, protect the NHS: An autoethnography of a community midwife during the COVID 19 pandemic.
Martial Arts: The possible benefit that can be obtained during a period of lockdown.
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