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Covid-19 : comment continuer à prendre soin les uns des autres

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NINA FASCIAUX

Solutions Journalism Network

Paris, France

Media Training Professional

Ce ne sont pas des histoires vouées à simplement nous faire nous sentir bien. Ce ne sont pas des histoires seulement individuelles, ni anecdotiques. Il ne s'agit pas non plus de passer de la pommade sur des maux cruellement réels. Cette collection explore comment, en pleine crise du Covid-19, les différentes communautés tissent des liens de solidarité, répondent présents pour soutenir les plus vulnérables, en dépit du confinement, et même parfois, en dépit de la loi. Est-ce que ces élans de compassion, qui sont autant de réponses à des souffrances qui ont récemment émergé, resteront ? Il semblerait que quoi qu'il arrive, on ait des leçons à en tirer.

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A Nantes, un soutien psy par téléphone pour les plus fragiles

Les Autres Possibles

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Les thérapeutes bénévoles d’AlterSoin 44, un centre de soins nantais réservé aux personnes à faibles revenus, ont ouvert une ligne de soutien psychologique pour leurs bénéficiaires pendant la durée du confinement.

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Corona School : quand les étudiants aident les élèves

ARTE

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Des micro-solidarités nées pour durer

Le Monde

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Coups de main spontanés entre voisins, chaînes de solidarité lancées par les mairies, actions associatives ou nouvelles plates-formes numériques… Cet élan de solidarités saura-t-il se perpétuer, une fois la parenthèse du confinement refermée ? La question traverse le réseau Covid-entraide auquel ...

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McDo réquisitionné, autogestion : les collectifs de quartiers nourrissent des milliers de Marseillais

Basta Mag

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Depuis le début du confinement, des citoyens organisent des collectes et des distributions de nourriture au profit des personnes les plus touchées par le ralentissement économique à Marseille - avec une efficacité exemplaire.

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Coronavirus : dans les hôpitaux, les visites des familles restent très restreintes

Le Monde

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La plupart des établissements essaient de garantir l’accès aux malades en fin de vie. Certains voudraient aller plus loin, notamment dans les régions les moins touchées par le Covid-19. Mais le retour à la normale semble encore loin.

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