#LearningFromCrisis ‘Connections’ Ep. 6: Children + Families
This episode is the sixth in our Learning from Crisis 'Connections' series. It explores how Covid-19 has affected children, young people and families – and the impact this is having on women's careers, children's education and wellbeing, and our use of public space, particularly green space. You'll hear how children and women have been neglected during the pandemic and what local and national policymakers can do going forward to support families and working parents.
Lucie Stephens, Head of Co-production at New Economics Foundation.
Dr Zubaida Haque, former Interim Director of the Runnymede Trust and a member of the Independent Sage.
Tim Gill, independent academic, advocate and consultant on childhood.
Sophie Nellis, Research & Projects Officer at Future of London (host).
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