“Solidarity in the time of COVID-19: towards new engagements”, Tommaso Vitale and Ettore Recchi (Sciences Po, France)

In the first weeks as we emerge from lockdown, a number of groups have warned of the risk inherent in demobilising the now longstanding volunteer key workers. This requires a serious collective response. COVID-19 has pulled into sharp focus our need for social security beyond urgent medical needs: lockdown for the elderly, starvation for the most vulnerable, the closure of schools, loneliness and depression.

How can we engage in solidarity at this difficult time. 

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