Bravery and diversity go hand in hand

My key takeaway from the first virtual Brave Conversations

In a rare speech on April 5th, HM Queen Elizabeth II illuminated the global nature of this crisis and the potential role of science in tackling it (Source: Brave Conversations Southampton 2020)
Anni Rowland Campbell and Leanne Fry while co-delivering the opening talk

Global yet local

Taking the event online didn’t eliminate the location factor, but changed its role in group dynamics. Despite the global nature of the pandemic and lockdown, people in different locations have been experiencing it differently. At the moment, Melbourne and Sydney in Australia offer a perfect (sadly perfect!) juxtaposition of this fact.

Jordanian soldiers distributing food supplies to citizens in the city of AlZarqa (Credit: youm7.com)
Source: Anni Rowland Campbell’s opening talk

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