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This report by Belong- The Social Cohesion Network, supported by the Nuffield Foundation and the University of Kent School of Psychology- details the Beyond Us and Them research project analysing the impact of Covid-19 on social cohesion.

The research seeks to understand factors that promote or inhibit social cooperation, that mobilise or discourage action in support of others, and that build or undermine the potential for positive relationships between different groups in society in the context of the COVID-19 crisis. Policy to build resilience and recovery in local areas as the crisis proceeds and recedes can be supported through understanding the social and psychological processes in response to the pandemic.

Areas such as trust, intergroup relationships, deprivation, discrimination and intergroup contact, identity and belonging and active social engagement are investigated in this project and report, uncovering the impact of Covid-19 on social cohesion.

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