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Prescription for fairness blog series

Leading on from our recent publication, Prescription for Fairness: Remedying health inequalities in a post-Covid era, we hear from a number of voices on what more must be done to ensure everyone the chance to a healthy life.



1. Filling the gaps 

Kicking off our blog series is Judith Cummins MP, making the case that Labour must fight for a fully funded dentistry service that is available to all.

2. Health and the economy

Second in our series is Matthew Oulton, who untangles the link between health and economic injustice.

3. Call to action

In the wake of Covid-19, addressing the inequalities faced by Black populations matters. Rueben Warren, Martin Edobor, and Paulo Da Silva discuss.

4. Health is made at home

Up next, Jatinder Hayre explores the interrelationship between public health and the housing crisis.

5. Below the radar

The LGBTQ+ community face considerable health inequalities which remain under-investigated – this must be addressed. Catherine Meads explains how.

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