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Op EdOctober 8, 2021
The problem isn’t protestors, it’s policymakers
Britain’s transport networks are not inefficient because of protestors – and silencing protestors is antithetical to building back better.  
NewsSeptember 16, 2021
Taking the fast out of fashion this Sustainable Fashion Week
For most of the UK, impulse purchases, treat-yourself moments, and 80 per cent off sales have led to burgeoning wardrobes of the latest trends and those left in last season. Yet with the world’s first Sustainable Fashion Week, Shazia Saleem hopes to change this. 

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COVID-19 From our Network

HealthSeptember 24, 2021
Vaxi Taxi: the simple and innovative vaccination programme with equity at its core
Ensuring everyone has equal access to good healthcare is fundamental to reducing health inequalities. Dr Sharon Raymond, GP and director of Covid Crisis Rescue Foundation, is making accessibility easier through her Vaxi Taxi project, which helps those in London’s most vulnerable communities' access
HealthAugust 17, 2021
Can digital innovation reduce healthcare inequalities?
Covid-19 overshadows all our lives. But just because we are battling the same storm does not mean we are all in the same boat. The people likely to be most exposed to coronavirus, and to suffer most from the resulting interventions, are disproportionally those already disadvantaged in society.
HealthJuly 29, 2021
The nexus between land use change and global pandemic
A one health approach to public health is needed to prevent future pandemics, this approach must draw upon the crucial link between the natural world and human health.

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