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Digital can’t replace everything (Secondary schoolers)

Square Holes recently asked six secondary school students, aged 13 – 16, to summarise the COVID-19 pandemic in one word:

Growing up during COVID-19 (Primary schoolers)

The world has undergone seismic shifts in recent weeks and businesses, governments and communities have pivoted to keep up. These changes have...

Changing with the times (Ages 70+)

We recently published an article on human adaptability in chaos, and our recent discussion with septuagenarians highlighted the ability of people to...

Doing their bit to help (60-69 year-olds)

This week the Square Holes team spoke with ages 60 – 69 about their perspectives on the current COVID-19 crisis. A common...

The weight of the world on their shoulders (40-49 year-olds)

We spoke to with 40 – 49 year olds in the fourth instalment of our focus groups about the impact of isolation...

Making sense of the ‘new’ normal (20-29 year olds)

Connection has been a big theme in recent weeks – being connected with the latest news, staying socially connected, testing the strength...

Life in Lockdown (30-39 year olds)

In the latest discussion with members of the Square Holes panel, 30 – 39 year-olds shared their perspectives on life during a...

Unsettled but optimistic: Talking to teens about COVID-19

Last night Square Holes conducted an online focus group with young adults under 20 years old to hear their thoughts on current...