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The COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on thinking and practice in some key sectors going forward

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Throughout the Michaelmas Term we will be hosting a series of four online seminars on the impact of the COVID -19 Pandemic in a selection of key sectors.

Organised by Hughes Hall, these sessions will explore how the experience of this pandemic has forced changes in our thinking and practice, which in turn affects how we adjust our society and economy to new and still uncertain realities.

Each seminar will take the format of a moderated panel discussion where each panellist will introduce questions and sub-themes to which the other panellists can respond. The audience will then join breakout rooms with one of the panellists for further discussion. In the final plenary session, the outcome of the discussions in each breakout group will be shared to identify intersections.

The events will be held online using Zoom, from 6 pm – 7.30 pm.

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