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Co-POWeR's theatre play exploring two interconnected viruses currently killing in the UK: COVID-19 and racial discrimination.

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Consortium on Practices of Well-being and Resilience in BAME Families and Communities

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“Two viruses – COVID-19 and racial discrimination – are currently killing in the UK”

(Solanke, 2020)

The impact of these viruses cause long-term poor outcomes especially within BAMEFC who are hardest hit. Survivors face ongoing damage to well-being and resilience, in terms of physical and mental health as well as social, cultural and economic (non-medical) consequences. Co-POWeR investigates their combined impact on practices for well-being and resilience across BAMEFC in the UK to create an holistic idea of vulnerabilities damaging BAMEFC.

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Generation Delta Goldsmiths Studentships: Call for Applicants for Entry, September 2022. Deadline for receipt of applications, 17:00 on Friday, 10 June....

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Congratulations to Iyiola Solanke who has taken up the appointment of Somerville College Oxford‘s new Jacques Delors Professor of European...

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In early 2022, WP1 submitted a two page report to the UK Parliament call for evidence on the operational effectiveness...

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It is with the greatest of pleasure that we share the wonderful news that on Wednesday 16 March, Co-POWeR’s Research...

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Set on a multiracial street somewhere in the UK, breaDth combines real with surreal situations during the COVID-19 pandemic, casting...

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Set on a multiracial street somewhere in the UK, breaDth combines real with surreal situations during the COVID-19 pandemic, casting...

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You are warmly invited to the Launch of ‘Intersectionality for Social Workers’ – the latest book from Professor Claudia Bernard....

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The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies present Professor Iyiola Solanke. ​Two viruses – COVID-19 and racial discrimination – are currently...

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Co-POWeR is funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) via the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).