Med and Josh live in the communities thrown together on the expanding edges of Freetown and Nairobi, and like the rest of the world ravaged by Covid-19.
There are no resources to house the homeless. Until there is a pandemic. When housing the homeless becomes a public health emergency.
Pat McArdle explains how the pandemic has created a role reversal with helpers becoming helped and the people served by her organisation calling her up to see how she is coping.
The world locks down. But addiction continues. Mick Ashton takes inside Transforming Choice in the first months of the pandemic.
NGO leaders Suzanne Jacob in England and Elsa D’Silva in India discuss the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on women’s safety and domestic abuse.
Maff Potts, Founder of the Association of Camerados, talks about maintaining friends and purpose in Covid times.
The Peel Institute in North London has been connecting local residents for over a century. How does it adapt to a pandemic?
David Anderson is the brains behind Safe Families, the demand for which is boosted not impaired by the Covid pandemic.
Social innovator and psychologist comes back to R-Talks to reflect on the work of a psychologist in the middle of the first Covid-19 lockdown.
Julia Unwin led a major inquiry into the future of civil society. She discusses its relevance to policy shifts in favour of a relational approach in the London Borough of Islington.