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Our chair Tariq Sadiq calls for equality at heart of Greater Cambridge Local Plan at Corn Exchange debate
The closure of schools during the pandemic lockdown has had a massive impact on the educational outcomes of this generation of schoolchildren. Those that were already disadvantaged found themselves hampered even further, not least by the digital divide that has been sharply highlighted by the demands of home-schooling. Phoebe Campbell, a second year Classics student
‘We need a cultural shift in the way we think in Cambridge after Covid’ – Coleridge Community Action Group lead
We asked Sarah Goggin from the Coleridge Community Action Group for her reflections on the community response to Covid 19 in Cambridge and what we can learn to build a more equitable city that promotes well-being for all. My experience of how local aid organisations have mobilised to respond to Covid-19 began back in March
What happens next after Covid-19? Will there be a ‘new normal’? How should local government change? How can we harness the power of local mobilisation seen during the crisis? Here we reproduce an article published on www.globaldashboard.org by two leading Cambridge City Councillors, with the permission of one of the authors Cllr Anna Smith, which