Latest Newsletter from EHFF for September 2020

  It’s a while since we produced a Newsletter as during the six months since Easter we’ve concentrated on producing Bulletins looking at the impact or possible impact of the pandemic on healthcare systems and the wider society. However, we’ve not been idle on other fronts and this is a catch-up. One of our ideas…

The latest Feasta/EHFF podcast on Multiculturalism and Resilience

The latest Festa / EHFF podcast with Caroline Whyte and Sean Conlan. This podcast features Feasta’s summer intern, Nadia Hansen, interviewing Dundalk-based social worker Dr Washington Marovatsanga on cultural competence, enforced absence, the relationship between power and knowledge production, the problematic history and orientation of social work, and how a Global South philosophy of collectivism could…

Wellbeing Economy Alliance

Wellbeing Economy Alliance is an EHFF Partner “WEAll is a new global collaboration of organisations, alliances, movements and individuals working together to change the economic system to create a wellbeing economy: one that delivers human and ecological wellbeing.” You can read more at https://wellbeingeconomy.org/

Fifth in our second series of FEASTA/EHFF podcasts with Sean Conlan and Caroline Whyte

“Partnership based organisation” “Governments around the world are currently rethinking their approach to the economy and reflecting on their overall goals, and this is triggering many questions about how best to structure organisations, large and small, so as to improve our chances of achieving those goals. This podcast includes interviews with people at an international…

Test Test Test

Test, test and test With most European countries now opting for some degree of relaxation of their lock-down, inevitably there have been some localised outbreaks of fresh infections. To liken these to ‘second wave’ (which in 1918 killed more people than the first wave) is dubious because a) testing in many places has been variable,…