Catch-up on some of our previous events that you may have missed out on over recent months.
Research from The University of Manchester is addressing key policy issues globally, nationally and locally. Since March 2020, we have hosted or collaborated on a range of virtual panel events exploring issues relating to health and wellbeing, productivity, devolution, valuing workers and more.
If you missed out on these events, you can find more information and links to the recordings below.
Community responses to COVID-19 in Greater Manchester
Panel discussion on how communities across Greater Manchester responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In conversation with Dr Sherilyn MacGregor
Dr Sherilyn MacGregor examines the sustainability behaviours of diverse communities in the UK?
More than being heard
Panel discussion on how to include children and young people in post-COVID policymaking.
Building better wellbeing in schools
How can we ensure children and young people’s wellbeing is central to the COVID-19 recovery?
Vaccine misinformation panel
Panel of experts discuss how to combat misinformation around the COVID-19 vaccine.
In conversation with Jonatan Pinkse
Professor Jonatan Pinkse asks how we can drive businesses to deliver on net zero.
In conversation with Dr Ola Demkowicz
Dr Demkowicz and colleagues discuss what has changed for young people's mental health during lockdown.
Nuclear and net zero
Panellists discuss the role of the UK's nuclear energy sector in the post-COVID recovery, and meeting the UK's net zero targets.
Valuing Workers webinar
Centre for Cities and Professor Tony Dundon discuss the inequalities that some people are facing in the workplace during the pandemic.
Productivity and gender inequality
Panellists discuss the connections between productivity, gender inequality and the regional imbalances of the economy as policymakers start working on COVID-19 recovery.