The global spread of COVID-19 exposes the futility of international borders, arbitrariness of national migrant policies and sharp inequalities between those who can and cannot cross borders. In spite of […]
COVID 19 highlights the hierarchy of precarity experienced by the population- demonstrating how neoliberal discourses are used to mask structural inequality
This blog explores why race and class matter for understanding the impact of the COVID 19 virus on the BAME communities within the United Kingdom.
Our new SPERI blog series examines the COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of precarity; illustrating how pre-existing structures of inequality shape risk