Ethics, Law, and Governance

An Urgent Review of Single Source Procurement During the Pandemic

Recommendations for Best Practice and Reform

Dr Luke Butler
(University of Nottingham)

Children, acceptable health risks and COVID-19

Ethical guidance for a fair policy response

Dr Sapfo Lignou
(University of Oxford)

Combatting Gendered, Sexual and Online Harms and Risks During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Developing Resources for Young People, Parents and Schools

Professor Kaitlynn Mendes
(University of Leicester)

Covid-19 The Ethical Exit Strategy

The path from relaxing measures to vaccination

Dr Alberto Giubilini
(University of Oxford)

Ensuring respect for human rights in locked down care homes

Professor Wayne Martin
(University of Essex)

Fraud During a Pandemic

Identifying and Appraising New Challenges for the Criminal Justice Response in England and Wales

Dr Jennifer Collins
(University of Bristol Law School)

Immunity Passport Service Design (IMMUNE)

A user centred approach to inform UK’s national exit strategy from the lockdown

Dr Panagiotis Balatsoukas
(Loughborough University)

Lex-Atlas: COVID-19

A Comparative Study of National Legal Responses to COVID-19

Prof Jeff King and Prof Octavio Luis Motta Ferraz
(University College London)

Models of equitable distribution of vaccines in international law

Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner
(King’s College London)

Mutual Aid Groups and Their Lessons for Post-crisis Community Care

Dr. Oli Mould
(Royal Holloway, University of London)

NHS Voices of COVID-19

Professor Stephanie Snow
(University of Manchester)

Nursing Narratives

Racism and the Pandemic

Professor Anandi Ramamurthy
(Sheffield Hallam University)

OMDDAC

The Observatory for Monitoring Data-Driven Responses to COVID-19

Dr Marion Oswald
(Northumbria University)

The Covid-19 Review Observatory

Tracking Parliaments’ Performance in the UK during the Pandemic

Professor Fiona de Londras
(Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham)

UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator

Professor Ilina Singh
(University of Oxford)

When Pandemic and Everyday Ethics Collide

Supporting Ethical Decision-Making in Maternity Care and Paediatrics During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Dr Lucy Frith
(University of Liverpool)