Lockdown measures may have helped prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it has also increased the risk of an individual’s exposure to domestic abuse, sexual violence, and hate crime.
COVID-19 has negatively affected many services, but the pandemic has granted the food delivery business a one-of-a-kind opportunity. While most restaurants are forced to suspend their business in accordance to the government’s lockdown, those who offer the option of takeaway have been allowed to remain open. The public has quickly taken to food delivery services such as Deliveroo and Just Eat to have their fill … Continue reading COVID-19: Are People Ordering Out More?
In light of the pandemic, universities have adopted various measures to ensure the smooth continuation of the academic year. This is not limited to remote learning and alternative assessments. But have they done enough? Students from different universities have voiced their opinions on the current situation and not all of it is positive. Continue reading COVID-19: How Universities Are Approaching The Remaining Academic Year
International Women’s Day is celebrated differently around the world. This year, London celebrates it through March4Women. Participants marched towards Parliament Square, where guest speakers and performers rallied their voices together for the event. Continue reading International Women’s Day – March4Women in London 2020
As COVID-19 led universities to suspend all face-to-face teaching for the remaining year, international students seem to have gotten the shorter end of the stick. While most students have returned home before borders closed down, there is still a lot of concerns around what this means for the rest of their education. Continue reading COVID-19: how do international students feel about it?