How has COVID-19 changed motherhood for Britons?
27 Jul 2020
How has COVID-19 changed motherhood for Britons?

While the impact of COVID-19 has been felt throughout the UK’s healthcare system, economy, and job market, studies have found that women have been hit significantly harder than men. How has the pandemic affected mothers, and how can brands help them regain a sense of balance?

Natalie Duvall

Natalie Duvall is the events manager at Dope Black Mums, a community group, digital safe space, and acclaimed podcast aimed at Black women.

Nikki Beatnik

Nikki Beatnik is a DJ, musician, and co-founder of Mums That Rave, an online community and event run for mums, by mums.

Professor Mary Fewtrell

Professor Mary Fewtrell specialises in childhood nutrition at University College London and is currently co-conducting research about the impact of COVID-19 on new mothers.

Lynda Cowell

Lynda Cowell is a London-based writer, web editor, and former BBC television researcher. Having written for the likes of The Voice, Pride, The Guardian, Time Out and Marie Claire, much of her work has focused on race and gender, but not exclusively. In her free time, she likes to read, drink red wine, and watch the kind of television programmes other people sneer at.