Consortium on Practices of Wellbeing and Resilience
Co-POWeR is a multi-disciplinary research project led by Black female professors from nine U.K. universities, funded by ESRC/UKRI. The researchers explored the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the wellbeing and resilience of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Families and Communities in the UK. Co-POWeR can be found here: https://co-power.leeds.ac.uka
Impactful films by USW researchers praised at Westminster event - [LINK]
Bristol, UK. Judith and Amrish, re-discover the healing power of plants during the COVID-19 lockdown, a time marked by fear, death, upheavals, isolation, and loneliness. Judith is passionate about green spaces for communal welfare while Amrish is keen on cultivating the Bayan tree, a fig with religious and cultural significance. Through their experiences, nature, and its relationship to human wellbeing glow.