Covid-19: The conceptualisation of mutual aid and their lessons for post-crisis community care

A project funded by the UKRI Arts and Humanities Research Council, conducted by Royal Holloway, University of London and the University of Huddersfield

The Manifesto!
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The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed deep issues within our society, the patches in social welfare provision, and the resilience of communities in supporting each other. This research project investigates the mutual aid responses to the pandemic to find out just what worked so well, what brought people together, and what that might mean for building a future the future we so desperately need, based on mutalism for each other and our climate.

 

We'll be speaking to people all over the UK

We'll be hosting events

We'll be making an interactive documentary

We'll be writing a Mutual Aid Manifesto.

If you've got any questions, anything to say, or just want to say hi, get in touch!

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A partnership between

Royal Holloway, University of London & University of Huddersfield

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Funded by the AHRC

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