Welcome to Covid-19 Response, a resource for service providers trying to make evidence-led decisions and policy makers looking for research and evidence to shape the future.

Here you will find information, articles and links to reliable third parties that can help inform the critical decisions you have to make. These are aimed at leaders and managers service providers – including educators & schools, local authorities, housing providers, and care charities – to provide somewhere you can come to for help.

In the longer term we will be distilling research and experimental data to help inform policy both at the government level and by industry sector.

Working in the service sectors ourselves, and inundated with questions from the front-line, our panel of experts have assembled to help. With diverse backgrounds, we hope that we will have the skills and networks to connect you with the information and people who can help you.

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Blender education

by Cameron Wyllie. When I was about ten, my mother went through a phase of making chicken liver pate – very tasty and very simple. Cook the chicken livers till soft, then put them in a blender with butter, seasoning and a little bit of chicken stock. Blend. Easy-peasy. However, she tried the same thing …

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It’s time for education to become the priority

by Cameron Wyllie. For the last three months the nation’s health, and specifically the well-being of the NHS has rightly been at the forefront of everyone’s mind. These times are unique – this is certainly the weirdest thing ever to happen to me – and we have all recalibrated our thinking. We have a new …

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Thought for food

by Alison Wray. A food bank is a non-profit, charitable organisation that distributes food to those who have difficulty purchasing enough to avoid hunger.  The first food bank was founded in the U.S.A in 1967 and there was little need for them in the United Kingdom then, due to our Welfare System, but they have …

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