Collateral Global is dedicated to researching, understanding and communicating the global impacts of policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Episode 10 Governance - 10 Ways the Covid Response Harmed Society

Episode 10 Governance - 10 Ways the Covid Response Harmed Society

By: Kevin Bardosh 5 February 2024
Episode 9 Environment and Ecosystems - 10 Ways the Covid Response Harmed Society

Episode 9 Environment and Ecosystems - 10 Ways the Covid Response Harmed Society

By: Kevin Bardosh 24 January 2024
Episode 8 Community - 10 Ways the Covid Response Harmed Society

Episode 8 Community - 10 Ways the Covid Response Harmed Society

By: Kevin Bardosh 9 January 2024
Socio-economic impacts of Covid-19 suppression measures : The case of Guinea-Bissau - Carlos Cardosa

Socio-economic impacts of Covid-19 suppression measures : The case of Guinea-Bissau - Carlos Cardosa

By: Carlos Cardoso 23 February 2024
The Socio-Economic impacts of COVID-19 Lockdown Policies in Argentina - Maddalena Cevese

The Socio-Economic impacts of COVID-19 Lockdown Policies in Argentina - Maddalena Cevese

By: Maddalena Cevese 6 February 2024
The impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on the delivery of Healthcare Services & Programmes in Nigeria - Wellington Oyibo

The impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on the delivery of Healthcare Services & Programmes in Nigeria - Wellington Oyibo

By: Wellington Oyibo 6 February 2024

Search our research archive for studies covering the impacts of the COVID-19 lockdown measures

Daily Life in Post-Pandemic Senegal Series

Daily Life in Post-Pandemic Senegal Series

By: Mamadou Ndiaye 11 August 2023
The Children of Nowhere

The Children of Nowhere

By: Abeer Khan, Kunal Purohit 23 March 2023
CG FILM: Sex Workers in India: The Impact of Lockdowns

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

By: Abeer Khan, Kunal Purohit 24 March 2022
Scotland’s Covid narrative is unravelling

Scotland’s Covid narrative is unravelling

The restrictions in Scotland were cruel, politically motivated and failed to save lives.

By: David Livermore 31 January 2024
Nicola Sturgeon won’t give up her lockdown dogmatism

Nicola Sturgeon won’t give up her lockdown dogmatism

The former first minister doubled down on her commitment to Zero Covid.

By: Kevin Bardosh 31 January 2024
BARDOSH: Canada, we still need a real COVID inquiry

BARDOSH: Canada, we still need a real COVID inquiry

Nearly four years after the government first imposed unprecedented COVID-19 policies, Canada still lacks a plan for how to evaluate their effectiveness, costs and consequences.  Original Article Recent efforts to promote a federal inquiry do little to diminish concerns that key scientific and policy questions — about lockdowns, school closures, masks, contact tracing and vaccine mandates — […]

By: Western Standard 30 January 2024
A crisis to worsen all crises: living with lockdowns in the Global South.

A crisis to worsen all crises: living with lockdowns in the Global South.

By: Aleida Borges, Reva Yunus 16 April 2023
Did Covid-19 restrictions break British society?

Did Covid-19 restrictions break British society?

By: David Livermore, Jennie Bristow 9 March 2023
The Covid Consensus - Book Launch

The Covid Consensus - Book Launch

By: Jay Bhattacharya, Thomas Fazi, Toby Green et al. 13 February 2023
Censorship is unacceptable in democracies - It also disqualifies the “We didn’t kn­ow” argument

Censorship is unacceptable in democracies - It also disqualifies the “We didn’t kn­ow” argument

I am a historian of communism and post-communism by trade

By: Muriel Blaive 8 February 2024
The UK Covid Inquiry should examine the politics of fear

The UK Covid Inquiry should examine the politics of fear

Recently, the UK Covid Inquiry heard testimony that the BBC consistently misrepresented Covid risk in order to boost public support for lockdown.

By: Meron Wondemaghen 6 February 2024
Is it now time to formalise the processes for scientific advice in emergencies?

Is it now time to formalise the processes for scientific advice in emergencies?

In mid 2020, at the height of the pandemic, the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee conducted an enquiry into the Science of COVID-19.

By: Bernard Silverman 10 October 2023
Episode 6 - Migration and the pandemic. A Senegalese experience

Episode 6 - Migration and the pandemic. A Senegalese experience

By: Mamadou Ndiaye 11 August 2023
Episode 5 - The condition of educational institutions in Goudomp

Episode 5 - The condition of educational institutions in Goudomp

By: Mamadou Ndiaye 2 May 2023
Episode 4 - The Hotel at Goudomp

Episode 4 - The Hotel at Goudomp

By: Mamadou Ndiaye 3 March 2023
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
Part Six - It Ain’t What You Do; It’s The Way That You Do It 4 mins

Part Six - It Ain’t What You Do; It’s The Way That You Do It

By: Paul Dolan 1 July 2021
Part Five - Capturing the Full Effects of Policy Interventions 3 mins

Part Five - Capturing the Full Effects of Policy Interventions

By: Paul Dolan 14 June 2021
Part Four - The Effects of Fear at a Time of Crisis 4 mins

Part Four - The Effects of Fear at a Time of Crisis

By: Amanda Henwood, Paul Dolan 1 June 2021
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

For those who were burned - The Covid Stories WebApp of Collateral Global

By: Thi Thuy Van Dinh 9 June 2023
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

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