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The Manchester Briefing on COVID-19: International lessons for local and national government recovery and renewal

Source(s):  University of Manchester

The Manchester Briefing on COVID-19 is aimed at those who plan and implement recovery from COVID-19, including government emergency planners and resilience officers.

This issue shares lessons from:

  • Canada: on how to promote compassion in organisations;
  • UK: on relieving period poverty during COVID-19; on the closure of public toilets during COVID-19; and on resources for healthy aging;
  • Hawaii: on attenuating black markets for negative COVID-19 tests;
  • USA: on employers supporting COVID-19 vaccination infrastructure; and on public messaging for vaccination programmes;
  • Israel: on cities encouraging social planning amif the pandemic;
  • Palestine: on involving young people to promote sustainable and inclusive initiatives.



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  • The Manchester Briefing on COVID-19: International lessons for local and national government recovery and renewal
  • Publication date 2021
  • Author(s) Shaw, Duncan; Bealt, Jennifer
  • Number of pages 17 p.

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