What Is Social Infrastructure And Why Has COVID Made It More Important?

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Traditional definitions of social infrastructure focus on a building and its facilities: a library, a hospital, a recreation centre.

From Australia, however, a much broader definition has come into focus as the absence of social necessities impacts negatively upon those struggling to stay housed and clothed and fed and educated.

Read more in THE FIFTH ESTATE: COVID-19 highlights the value of social infrastructure – let’s not forget