Liberating structures are processes that “include and unleash everyone.” At the NCCDH, we have found these processes to be of great benefit in fostering people’s commitment and energy, and bringing everyone into the work that will lead us to greater health equity.
The Health Equity Initiative is an American nonprofit organization dedicated to “building community, capacity and communication resources for health equity.” It offers online workshops on topics such as communicating about health equity and strategies for implementing a social determinants of health agenda.
This online, searchable index allows you to search over 275 databases and data-rich publications using topics and key words.
The Pan-Canadian Health Inequalities Reporting Initiative’s health inequalities data tool is a user-friendly, web-based tool that can be used to inform decisions relating to surveillance, research, programming and policies that address health inequities among population groups in Canada.
This paper from the Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) reviews comprehensive approaches to reducing health inequities, as well as policy interventions on specific determinants of health implemented in Quebec, Canada, Europe and elsewhere in the world.