News “fixers” have found temporary respite in being hired as local reporters by international media organisations, but is this sustainable?
Earlier this month the government has announced extra support to protect rough sleepers and vulnerable renters from the effects of the third lockdown in England. Backed by an additional £10 Continue Reading
The cycle industry is one of few to profit from the coronavirus pandemic. UK bike sales boomed under lockdown as Britons avoided public transport and sought socially distanced leisure activities. Continue Reading
By Veridiana Jordão Hospitality has been one of the most affected sectors of the British economy during the pandemic, and workers are facing contract changes and financial instability during Covid-19. Continue Reading
Pandemic or not, a new Industrial Revolution is coming – and it’ll create millions of jobs for Middle Eastern women
Due to the pandemic, around 700,000 Middle Eastern women are projected to lose their job in 2020. Around 40% of the total job loss expected in the region, according to Continue Reading
Credits: medium.com – AlgoX As a new national lockdown has become reality, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has declared a five-month extension of the Furlough Scheme. The Scheme was meant to expire at the end Continue Reading
Working from home is here to stay, with many businesses this week reporting their intention to continue remote working. But with COVID-19 cases on the rise and schoolchildren increasingly being asked to self-isolate, what does this mean for working parents?