About us

Beyond Covid is a digital hub bringing together the best analysis and proposals on how we can build a fairer, more sustainable and more resilient economy in the wake of Covid-19.

Over the last decade the world has experienced a series of profound economic problems - from the financial crash to the climate crisis, from rising inequality to the Covid-19 pandemic. Across the political spectrum many people are now arguing for economic change and reform.

Beyond Covid aims to provide an accessible resource to help navigate this debate.

To do this we seek out ideas from a wide range of organisations, thinkers and practitioners, from the UK and around the world.

Recent years have seen a flourishing of new economic thinking: both analysis of the way the economy has been changing and proposals for how it can be redesigned. Some new ideas are being put into practice; many others are being advocated.

Beyond Covid aims to bring this new economic thinking together in one place so that it can be more widely understood and debated.


Our extensive Resource Bank brings together articles, reports, analysis and proposals from a wide range of credible sources - such as think tanks, academics, international institutions and civil society organisations.
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The Digest is our weekly email newsletter, keeping you up to date with the most interesting ideas, explaining the arguments behind the news and summarising current debates and proposals.
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The Webinars from our Discussion Series brings together a diverse range of leading experts to discuss key problems and their practical solutions. By highlighting the best new thinking from the UK and around the world, Beyond Covid hopes to provide a crucial resource for all those who want to help build a better future beyond the Covid crisis.
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Who we are

Beyond Covid is a project of the Economic Change Unit. ECU is a UK non-profit organisation which aims to support and amplify the efforts of those seeking to build a fairer, more sustainable and more resilient economy. For more information, find us at econchange.org.

We are funded by the Friends Provident Foundation, the Omidyar Network and Partners for a New Economy.