Cultivating a better understanding of the impact of the COVID-19 responses
Q&A with Dr Adu-Gyamfi on the impact of lockdowns in Ghana

Q&A with Dr Adu-Gyamfi on the impact of lockdowns in Ghana

Professor Toby Green and Dr Samuel Adu-Gyamfi discuss the catastrophic impacts Covid lockdown policies have had in Ghana

By: Dr Adu-Gyamfi, Toby Green 20 April 2022
VIDEO: Un-Restricted Podcast Ep.2 The Catastrophic Impact of COVID Lockdown Policy in Ghana

VIDEO: Un-Restricted Podcast Ep.2 The Catastrophic Impact of COVID Lockdown Policy in Ghana

CG’s Professor Toby Green hosts an enlightening discussion with Samuel Adu-Gyamfi, Head of History and Political Science at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana.

By: CG Production Team, Dr Adu-Gyamfi, Toby Green 28 October 2021
CG FILM: Sex Workers in India: The Impact of Lockdowns

CG FILM: Sex Workers in India: The Impact of Lockdowns

Filmmakers Abeer Khan and Kunal Purohit shine a light on how lockdown policies have impacted the lives of Mumbai sex workers

By: Abeer Khan, Kunal Purohit 24 March 2022
CG REPORT 8: Understanding Definitions and Reporting of Deaths Attributed to COVID-19 in the UK - Evidence from FOI Requests

CG REPORT 8: Understanding Definitions and Reporting of Deaths Attributed to COVID-19 in the UK - Evidence from FOI Requests

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been widespread reporting of aggregate death data with little attention paid to the accuracy over the assignment of causation.

By: Carl Heneghan, Jon Brassey, Tom Jefferson 19 March 2022
CG REPORT 7: PCR Testing in the UK During the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic – Evidence From FOI Requests

CG REPORT 7: PCR Testing in the UK During the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic – Evidence From FOI Requests

PCR is an important and powerful tool, but its systematic misuse and misreporting risk undermining its usefulness and credibility.

By: Carl Heneghan, Jon Brassey, Tom Jefferson 5 February 2022
CG REPORT 6 Q3: What explains excess mortality in care homes?

CG REPORT 6 Q3: What explains excess mortality in care homes?

Studies show that a number of different measures could have been taken to reduce COVID-19 cases and deaths in care homes.

By: Carl Heneghan, Jon Brassey, Tom Jefferson 19 December 2021
CG Mini-Lectures: How seasonality affects the spread of a new virus

CG Mini-Lectures: How seasonality affects the spread of a new virus

By: CG Production Team, Sunetra Gupta 16 February 2022
PCR Test FAQs

PCR Test FAQs

By: David Livermore 5 February 2022
Freedom of Information in the United Kingdom FAQs

Freedom of Information in the United Kingdom FAQs

By: Campaign for Freedom of Information, CG Research Team 4 February 2022

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2 Years On - In conversation, Professors Jay Bhattacharya and John Ioannidis

2 Years On - In conversation, Professors Jay Bhattacharya and John Ioannidis

By: CG Production Team 9 March 2022
CG Mini-Lectures: How seasonality affects the spread of a new virus

CG Mini-Lectures: How seasonality affects the spread of a new virus

By: CG Production Team, Sunetra Gupta 16 February 2022
VIDEO: Collateral Global Podcast Episode 3: Toby Green and Elsa Ofélia Sequeira Rodrigues

VIDEO: Collateral Global Podcast Episode 3: Toby Green and Elsa Ofélia Sequeira Rodrigues

By: CG Production Team 9 February 2022
Carl Heneghan & Tom Jefferson

Carl Heneghan & Tom Jefferson

ARTICLE - The UK Covid Response: A Stool with Three Legs

By: Brownstone Institute 28 April 2022
Carl Heneghan & Tom Jefferson

Carl Heneghan & Tom Jefferson

ARTICLE - The Covid care-homes scandal

By: Spiked 28 April 2022
David Livermore

David Livermore

ARTICLE – The Catastrophe of Zero Covid

By: Spiked 3 April 2022
Q&A with Filmmakers Abeer Khan and Kunal Purohit

Q&A with Filmmakers Abeer Khan and Kunal Purohit

Q&A with the filmmakers of CG's newest film 'Sex Workers in India: The Impact of Lockdowns'

By: CG Production Team 24 March 2022
Why are we the academic oddballs?

Why are we the academic oddballs?

Professors Ellen Townsend and Paul Dolan reflect on how they became ‘outlier voices’ during the pandemic.

By: Ellen Townsend, Paul Dolan 16 March 2022
Child Safeguarding Harms & The Pandemic Response

Child Safeguarding Harms & The Pandemic Response

We must not aim simply to restore ‘normality’ for children. Instead, we should look to offer a level of support that is commensurate with the harms incurred.

By: Dr Rosie Gray 8 February 2022
Vaccine Mandates: New Questions

Vaccine Mandates: New Questions

Allyson Pollock, Carl Heneghan, and Paula Byrne discuss key policy questions around vaccine mandates

By: Allyson Pollock, Carl Heneghan, Paula Byrne 25 March 2022
Mass Testing: Expensive, Chaotic, and Wasteful

Mass Testing: Expensive, Chaotic, and Wasteful

Professor of Public Health Allyson Pollock discusses the pitfalls of mass PCR testing.

By: Allyson Pollock 22 February 2022
Lockdowns Crush Mental Health and Wellbeing in Young People

Lockdowns Crush Mental Health and Wellbeing in Young People

Researchers Ellen Townsend and Matthew Owens discuss the findings of their new study on elevated levels of depression in university students

By: Ellen Townsend, Matthew Owens 19 February 2022
YOUR STORIES: 15 mins

YOUR STORIES: "How Naive We Were"

By: Gilbert Jackson 5 October 2021
The Strain of Pandemic Restrictions on  Disabled Adults and Their Families 3 mins

The Strain of Pandemic Restrictions on Disabled Adults and Their Families

By: Perry Blatz 2 October 2021
90 Years Old and Unafraid 14 mins

90 Years Old and Unafraid

By: AJ Kay 17 May 2021
The Infectious Diseases We Don't Seem to Care About 3 mins

The Infectious Diseases We Don't Seem to Care About

Childhood vaccination disruptions illustrate how detached from reality, rationality, & morality response measures have become.

By: Alberto Giubilini 30 June 2021
What It Means for Pandemic Response Measures to Be Ethical 7 mins

What It Means for Pandemic Response Measures to Be Ethical

By: Alberto Giubilini 14 June 2021
The Elderly and the Pandemic Response 5 mins

The Elderly and the Pandemic Response

We must mind the gap between reasonable restrictions and state paternalism

By: Alberto Giubilini 17 May 2021

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