How apps change the way we interact and life after lockdown
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Youth Rising is made by young people from all over England. For our sixteenth and final episode of this series, we have strictly adhered to the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown rules recording remotely to bring you stories from isolation. We held a Zoom discussion with Muhsin and Lottie, lead by our reporter Sofie, about how apps change the way we communicate. Talking about pre lockdown, post lockdown and the future of communication. We also look at Muhsin’s app that he has created ‘Al-Ihsan Marriage’, designed to help Muslims meet their future partners.  Then Tapiwa and Eva share their thoughts about life after lockdown; their hopes of what life will be like, based on what they’ve learned about themselves, about others and about the world. We want to hear from you and your thoughts on life after lockdown. Follow this link to find out how you can get involved: https://wearencs.com/blog/life-after-lockdown This is the final episode of this series as we’ll be taking a short break before returning, please subscribe to the podcast and keep an eye on our socials for updates.    This podcast is created by a group of young content creators and the team behind this episode is: Presenter – Elena  Presenter – Muhsin Researcher - Lottie Reporter – Tapiwa Reporter – Eva  Reporter – Sofie  Editor – Paige  Editor – Marcel   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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