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Our COVID-19 artwork: children from around the world share their experiences

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posted on 13.11.2020, 09:46 by Bernie Carter, Mandie Foster, Therese O’Sullivan, Angela Afua Quaye
The International Network for Child and Family Centred Care proudly present this collection of artwork from children around the world.

We gave children the opportunity to share a piece of artwork that reflected something about their experience of life during COVID-19 restrictions (March-May 2020). The descriptions, stories and poems presented in this e-book have been transferred verbatim from the original submissions.


For each submission, we asked about the level of COVID-19 restrictions experienced by the child at the time of their entry. These levels consisted of:

· None (no change to normal living routine)

· Minimal (e.g. still attending school, but not allowed to play with friends after school)

· Some (e.g. still attending school, but not allowed to play with friends after school and needed to stay 1.5 -2 meters away)

· Moderate (e.g. home schooling, able to go out to parks)

· Severe (not allowed to leave the family home)

· Other


Fifty-five children from 17 different countries, aged 4-14yrs, submitted artwork. Their experiences reflect different levels of having to stay at home; some children were still able to attend school while others have experienced more intense lockdown.


This e-book is published under CC BY-NC-ND copyright and is free to use without modification with reference: "Foster M, Carter B, O'Sullivan TA, Quaye A (Eds) and The International Network for Child and Family Centred Care (2020) Our COVID-19 Artwork www.incfcc.weebly.com"

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