Temperature on the Streets
Temperature on the Streets is a multifaceted creative response to connect people from across Leicester’s diverse communities, and beyond, in the wake of COVID-19, featuring a Bi-Weekly Bulletin and podcast series.
COVID-19 ના પરિણામે, ટેમ્પરેચર ઓન ધ સ્ટ્રીટસ એ કોઈએક વિવિધ પાંસાઓનો સર્જનાત્મક પ્રતિભાવ છે કે જે સમગ્ર લેસ્ટરશાયર અને તેનાથી આગળની, વિવિધ કમ્યૂનિટિઝમાંથી લોકોનું જોડાણ કરે છે, અને જે દ્વિ- અઠવાડિક બુલેટિન અને પોડકાસ્ટની શ્રેણીનું વિશિષ્ટ અંગ છે.
તમે દરેક એપિસોડ કે ઘટનાના અંતમાં અને ટ્રાંસ્ક્રિપ્ટમાં, સાથોસાથ ન્યૂઝલેટરના સંક્ષિપ્ત વિભાગના ન્યૂઝમાં પોડકાસ્ટનો અનુવાદ કરેલ ટૂંકસાર જોવા મળી શકે છે.
Temperatura na Ulicach to projekt, który został stworzony jako kreatywna i wielopłaszczyznowa odpowiedź na obecną pandemię COVID-19. Ten projekt poprzez codwutygodniowy newsletterze i serię podcastów ma za zadanie łączyć ludzi z różnych społeczności w Leicester i poza. Przetłumaczone podsumowanie podcastu można znaleźć na końcu każdego odcinka oraz w transkrypcie, a także w sekcji News in Brief biuletynu.
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Serendipity has developed a new podcast series that addresses issues facing Black, Asian and other minority and marginalised communities in Leicester. The podcast series explores a range of topics including the impact of COVID-19 and practical advice in the aftermath, mental health and wellbeing as an informative dialogue with community activists, academics and experts. The podcast provides support and advice to help people to rebuild their lives and their communities. Given the current spike in cases in Leicester and lockdown being renewed in the city this is a much-needed resource.
Episode 1: COVID-19 with Ivan Browne and Pawlet Brookes
COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting Black people and other minority groups in Leicester and the rest of the UK. Why is that? How is this challenge connected to the parallel struggles of
Black Lives Matter and the Windrush Generation? What can we do about it? In this episode, Pawlet Brookes speaks to Ivan Browne, Director in Public Health and Sport at Leicester City Council to discuss these questions and the larger impact of COVID-19 on Leicester.
Episode 2: Mental Health with Leyla Okhai and Pawlet Brookes
In our first episode, we discussed the state of public health in Leicester and in Black, Asian, and marginalised communities throughout the UK. Now, we’re taking a closer look at our mental health and what needs to be done to address the immense pressure so many find themselves facing. Leyla Okhai is a coach, mediator, inclusion and wellbeing practitioner who serves the community through her company Diverse Minds. She joins Pawlet Brookes to share her insights.
Episode 3: Community Conversations with Carol Leeming and Pawlet Brookes
In this third episode, Carol Leeming–multi-award-winning author, poet, and screenwriter–discusses the impact of the pandemic on the creative sector as well as on Leicester’s community. She gives us the temperature on the streets for community sentiment on COVID-19, Brexit, Windrush, and other social challenges. Carol also shares encouragement and practical advice for artists and creatives on how the can care for ourselves and seek out opportunities to grow and advance their work during this time.
EPISODE 4: EDUCATION WITH BEN BROWNE AND PAWLET BROOKES
Pawlet Brookes speaks to Ben Browne, Chief Operating Officer at De Montfort University, about the challenges faced by university staff, students, and administrators as the uncertainty of COVID-19 continues to disrupt higher education as normal. Browne discusses the university’s COVID response, which has led to a low case number on campus, their value-led approach to staffing during this time, and the ways they are supporting their diverse student body.