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Teachers have shown great resilience and adaptability in the face of COVID. PA Images / Alamy Stock Photo

How to make teaching more women-friendly, post-COVID

Women are often drawn to teaching because of the supposed life-work balance. Extreme workloads and inflexible school structures means too many quit early.
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‘I don’t think the police would do much’: new research shows racism during COVID is rarely reported

Just 3% of Asian Australians in a new survey say they have reported racist incidents to the Human Rights Commission. Worryingly, many say they also avoid certain situations out of fear of racism.
The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated that our communities must be self-sustaining rather than reliant on volatile global value chains. Co-operatives bring resiliency self-determination to local economies. (Shutterstock)

Canada’s small businesses could be saved by converting them to co-operatives

The co-operative business model needs to be seriously considered and nurtured as a viable response to closing companies and lost jobs as a result of the pandemic.
For many people, park and playground closures during COVID-19 meant having even fewer exercise options. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Colin Perkel 

Lack of exercise linked to increased risk of severe COVID-19

Socio-economic factors are major barriers to physical activity. New research suggests this is one more reason why disadvantaged people were at increased risk for COVID-19.
The best hope of beating the pandemic is to vaccinate as many people as soon as possible. Luca Sola/AFP via Getty Images

COVID-19 herd immunity? It’s not going to happen, so what next?

When politicians and others speak about herd immunity, unfortunately, they are under the misconception that the current tools that we’ve got are adequate to eliminate the virus.

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