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FEAR AND LOATHING IN THE TIME OF COVID – FAMILY, RELATIONSHIPS AND SOCIETY.
The impact on family and relationships from the pandemic has been huge. Families have experienced losses and separations and parents and children have had to make huge adjustments in their lives. Many families also face poverty and uncertain future. There has been an upsurge in family violence and work has become both precarious and stressful.
Yet, the pandemic has also provided a moment for people to rethink priorities and to live differently – with an upsurge in movements that challenge the prejudices and injustices that have been previously ignored. This conference will examine the impacts both positive and negative on our relationships and debate whether we are at a turning point in our values – moving from materialism to a more relational society.
More details and confirmed speakers to follow…