Governing for health equity

COVID-19 throws into sharp relief the need to address the structural drivers and conditions of daily living that shape health and its unequal distribution. But pandemics are just one of the challenges for health equity in the 21st century.

Professor Sharon Friel , Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Governance at the School of Regulation and Global Governance, discusses systems of inequity and why, as we recover from Covid-19, there is an opportunity to think and act differently.

This is the first video in series ‘Systems of inequity – what hope for health post Covid-19?’. Watch the others here:

Video 2: Politics, policy and people - shifting the policy agenda with Dr Belinda Townsend

Video 3: Flaws in the machine: COVID-19 and failings of global trade and investment systems with Dr Ashley Schram

Video 4: Embracing complexity - thinking and working in systems with Dr Melanie Pescud

Video 5: Framing the impacts of COVID-19: Securing food regulatory policies for the prevention of non-communicable diseases with Dr Yandisa Ngqangashe

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