The virus isn’t slowing down so that science can catch up – whether science is medical, technological, social, political or economic.
These are key to understanding vulnerabilities and for ensuring that ‘Do No Harm’ is at the top of the agenda, and they require strong social science research.
Bringing social and political research into Covid-19 interventionsEver been annoyed by social scientists saying ‘it’s complex’ or ‘context is really important’?
These are helping communicate around the complex problems we’re all facing and how to use social science research to tackle these.
Tomorrow: Heather on why/how social science can save livesHeather Marquette is Professor of Development Politics in the International Development Department, University of Birmingham.

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