Prison and the Pandemic
May 27, 2020 In the Press
Trinity Long Room Hub Arts & Humanities Research Institute have launched a new weekly blog to help navigate the national and global public health crisis of Covid-19 Coronavirus. Each week, their research and policy fellows, and members of their research community reflect on these new societal challenges.
In a recent post, Ciara O’Connell, Sarah Curristan and Sophie van der Valk, discuss their in-prison research on the experiences of people living and working in prison in combatting the spread of Covid-19.
While the threat of COVID-19 in prison may seem far removed from the challenges currently facing society, prison health is public health.
Featured Image: Berlin Germany. Photograph by Matthew Ansley / Unsplash