There is no stable life-world/story for the vendors and dwellers of Escolta, Manila, even before the pandemic, write our researcher Nathalie D. Dagmang and her co-author. Read a summary of their work here.
Originally published at the LSE Southeast Asia Blog, we re-post this article here in full, with permission of the author, Tessa Guazon. “There is an unprecedented loss of livelihood, with informal workers and daily wage earners suffering greatly. For our women research partners from Escolta, Manila and other vulnerable sectors, the struggle to make a … Continue reading Being-in-common during the pandemic: Food relief networks in Metro Manila, the Philippines
Tessa Guazon participated in the webinar "Bottom-Up Resilience? Civil Society Responses under COVID-19 (Part I)" by the APRU on bottom-up resilience in July, and wrote about the Manila team's relief efforts for its women partners from Escolta for the LSE Blog. “There is an unprecedented loss of livelihood, with informal workers and daily wage earners … Continue reading Manila: Bottom-up resilience? Civil society responses under COVID-19