Centre of Resilience for Social Justice meeting
“Resilience for Social Justice since the pandemic: lessons learnt and future directions”
Wednesday 6 October 2021
2:00pm – 4:30pm (UK time)
Online platform – Book your free place

Since COVID became a global pandemic in early 2020 the whole world has experienced a transformative shock, with challenges that endure to this day. In resilience terms it has been and remains an adversity on a huge scale. Yet whilst the adversity is universal in affecting the lives of all citizens of the world, there is also clear evidence that in social justice terms COVID has hit hardest the most disadvantaged and marginalised individuals and communities.

All people interested in these crucial issues are invited to attend the University of Brighton’s Centre of Resilience for Social Justice online seminar event. At this event resilience for social justice experts from our Centre will share lessons that they have learnt from research, practice and policy shaping in the COVID era. Participants will also be given space and encouragement to share their experiences and ideas too.

COVID is very much with still us. That makes it all the more important to now reflect on what lessons we are learning about resilience and social justice, and how these can help shape a more resilient and socially just future society. Please join us.