Blog Posts Address Issues Related To COVID-19, Including Parenting Impacts, Lockdown Evaluations, Health Workforce Supports

Brookings Institution’s “Up Front”: COVID-19 could erase parenting gains of the last 30 years
Rebecca Ryan, provost’s distinguished associate professor with the department of psychology at Georgetown University, and colleagues (10/26).

Center for Global Development: How Should We Evaluate Lockdowns? Disentangling Effectiveness, Context, and Politics
Alex Broadbent, department of philosophy permanent staff and executive dean at the University of Johannesburg, and colleagues (10/26).

Center for Global Development: COVID-19 and BLM: A New Era for Aid? Rethinking Humanitarianism Episode 1
Jeremy Konyndyk, senior policy fellow at the Center for Global Development, and Heba Aly, director of the New Humanitarian (10/20).

IntraHealth International’s “Vital”: 5 Lessons from Top Global Experts on How to Support the Health Workforce
Carol Bales, advocacy and policy communications manager with IntraHealth International, and Elizabeth Walsh, director of communications and knowledge management with HRH2030 (10/26).

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