Topic: Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic communities

After the ‘quick fix’ responses COVID-19 has demanded, now we must listen to our communities to develop long-term solutions for their underlying health issues

After the ‘quick fix’ responses COVID-19 has demanded, now we must listen to our communities to develop long-term solutions for their underlying health issues

In London, some conversations with our communities about inequality, systemic injustice and racism have made for uncomfortable listening ...
At the start of Black History Month we should ask: are the UK’s COVID recovery strategies taking full account of its unequal impacts on different ethnic groups?

At the start of Black History Month we should ask: are the UK’s COVID recovery strategies taking full account of its unequal impacts on different ethnic groups?

The pandemic’s disproportionate effects on Black, Asian and ethnic minority families has pushed many far below what the British public ...

RESEARCH NOTES

Can virtual reality help to reduce racial bias and discrimination in the NHS?

Can virtual reality help to reduce racial bias and discrimination in the NHS?

Researchers at King’s College London are using VR to train NHS staff, managers and leaders in order to help them ...
Consultation burnout and a fear of being forgotten. This is what COVID-19 ‘recovery’ feels like for many marginalised communities

Consultation burnout and a fear of being forgotten. This is what COVID-19 ‘recovery’ feels like for many marginalised communities

One positive outcome of the pandemic should have been a greater commitment to supporting UK communities – including my own ...
COVID-19 recovery must deliver for those furthest behind and ignored. The only answer is intersectional policymaking and system change

COVID-19 recovery must deliver for those furthest behind and ignored. The only answer is intersectional policymaking and system change

Positive signs of policy inclusiveness in the early stages of the pandemic are much less evident in the UK’s post-COVID ...
What has COVID-19 taught us about how to share information and build trust among minority ethnic communities who use oral languages?

What has COVID-19 taught us about how to share information and build trust among minority ethnic communities who use oral languages?

A study of UK Bangladeshi experiences of the pandemic suggests good evidence communication requires trusted mediators and a narrative framing ...
The value of keeping ethnic ties: why adherence to recommended COVID-19 health behaviours differs among young adults

The value of keeping ethnic ties: why adherence to recommended COVID-19 health behaviours differs among young adults

Using data from a unique survey of recent university graduates, MiSoC researchers provide new evidence on the role of strong ...
The inequality of trust – and why addressing this issue is crucial to a meaningful recovery from COVID-19

The inequality of trust – and why addressing this issue is crucial to a meaningful recovery from COVID-19

What has the pandemic taught us about public trust in governance and the factors that erode trustworthiness? These are important ...