CoronaCrime #34

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has taken a terrible toll in lives, illness, and economic devastation and it is having diverse effects on violence and crime. Therefore, the Daily Prevention News publishes weekly a Corona Crime Issue dedicated to collect related relevant news and information.

  1. Escaping domestic violence at the height of a pandemic
    The COVID-19 outbreak has been difficult for everyone. But imagine having to choose between self-isolating with your abusive partner or escaping with young children at the height of a pandemic. Source: Transforming Society
  2. Experiences of Discrimination in the Context of the Corona Crisis
    COVID -19 poses new challenges for social coexistence - also with regard to protection against discrimination. Because in connection with the virus, discrimination occurs again and again in everyday life. For example, since the beginning of the Corona crisis, the German Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency has received around 1,500 requests for advice on discrimination in connection with the virus. Source: German Federal Anti-Discrimination Agency
  3. RECOVR Research Hub - Results & Analysis
    This page highlights results and analysis on the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 in low- and lower-middle-income countries. We also feature selected articles on ensuring this evidence is used to improve the pandemic response and recovery. Source: Innovations for Poverty Action
  4. Coronavirus as a Catalyst for Global Civil Society
    The coronavirus has been a wake-up call for global civil society. It will come out of the pandemic looking very different—and this change will be a significant factor in a now highly fluid international politics. Source: Carnegie Europe

Please find more information and news about the interlinkages between the Coronavirus, Crime and Violence in German published every Tuesday on our German News Service Tägliche Präventions News.

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