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Oral evidence transcripts

COVID-19 Committee

Total results 13 (page 1 of 1)
20 April 2021
Inquiry The long-term impact of the pandemic on parents and families
Witnesses Mr Jabeer Butt (Chief Executive at Race Equality Foundation), Sally Hogg (Head of Policy and Campaigning at Parent-Infant Foundation), David Holmes (Chief Executive at Family Action), and Jane Williams (CEO Founder at The Magpie Project)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
23 March 2021
Work Measuring Wellbeing (Non-inquiry session)
Witnesses Marie Brousseau-Navarro (Director of Policy, Legislation and Innovation at Future Generations Commissioner for Wales), Prof Jan-Emmanuel De Neve (Associate Professor of Economics and Strategy at Saïd Business School at University of Oxford), Carrie Exton (Head of Well-Being Data Insights and Policy Practice at OECD Centre for Well-Being, Inclusiveness, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity), and Jennifer Wallace (Head of Policy at Carnegie UK Trust)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
8 September 2020
Inquiry Life beyond COVID
Witnesses Brad Blitz (Head of the Department of Education, Practice and Society at UCL Institute of Education), Clive Lewis (Co-chair at All Party Parliamentary Group on the Green New Deal), Polly Mackenzie (Chief Executive at Demos), and Anthony Painter (Chief Research and Impact Officer at Royal Society of Arts)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
9 February 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Natalie Perera (Chief Executive at Education Policy Institute), Margaret Mulholland (SEND and Inclusion Specialist), Richard Sheriff (President at Association of School and College Leaders), and James Turner (Chief Executive at Sutton Trust)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
2 February 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Kate Bell (Head of the Rights, International, Social and Economics at TUC), Jon Boys (Labour Market Economist at CIPD), Kelle Howson (Researcher at Fairwork Foundation), and Jamie Woodcock (Senior Lecturer at Open University)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
28 January 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Abigail Marks (Principle Investigator at Working@home project), Louise Marston (Director of Ventures at Resolution Foundation), Anna Thomas (Director at Institute for the Future of Work), and James Taylor (Executive Director of Strategy, Impact and Social Change at Scope)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
26 January 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Josh Abey (Researcher at Fabian Society), Verity Davidge (Director of Central Policy at Make UK), Andrew Goodacre (Chief Executive at British Independent Retailers Association), and Fabian Wallace-Stephens (Senior Researcher at The RSA)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
12 January 2021
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Robin Dunbar (Professor of Evolutionary Psychology at University of Oxford), Jane East (Managing Director at The Cares Family), and Olivia Field (Head of Health and Resilience Policy at British Red Cross)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
15 December 2020
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Kate Cavanagh (Professor of Clinical Psychology at Clinical Psychology, University of Sussex), Tom Foley, Richard Graham (Consultant Psychiatrist at Good Thinking), and Akiko Hart (CEO at National Survivor User Network)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
1 December 2020
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Charlie Foster (Reader in Physical Activity and Public Health at Bristol University), Sally Fowler-Davis (Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University), Joe Lyons (CEO at West Ham United Foundation), and Tim Copley (Director of Insight, Technology and Data at London Sport)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
24 November 2020
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Farah Jameel (Executive Member of the General Practitioners Committee at BMA (British Medical Association) ), Ruth Chambers OBE (Clinical lead for technology enabled care services programme and digital workstream at Staffordshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership), Pritesh Mistry (Policy Fellow for Digital Technology at The King's Fund), and Chris McCann (Director of Communications, Insight and Campaigns at HealthWatch England)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
17 November 2020
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Benedict Evans (Independent analyst), Hanna Johnson (COO at Public), Helen Margetts (Programme Director for Public Policy at The Alan Turing Institute), and Gerard Grech (CEO at Tech Nation)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
10 November 2020
Inquiry Living online: the long-term impact on wellbeing
Witnesses Richard Hart (Deputy Head of Libraries at Leeds City Council), Douglas White (Head of Advocacy at Carnegie UK Trust), Ian Macrae (Director of Market Intelligence at Ofcom), and Helen Milner (CEO at Good Things Foundation)
Committees COVID-19 Committee
Oral Evidence
Total results 13 (page 1 of 1)