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  • Language and Health Equity

    Language matters in public health. The NCCDH has 2 new resources to guide reflection on personal and organizational beliefs, privilege, and social position and to incorporate inclusive equity-focused language into workplans, policies, and initiatives. These resources present foundational learning on the topic of language and provide examples and tools to guide use of inclusive language that drives health equity work.

  • Learning from Practice

    Our Learning from Practice series continues with 4 new case studies! These resources provide practical examples of equity-driven action on the structural and social determinants of health. Use these resources to guide public health practice, policy, and decision making.

  • Let’s talk about applying intersectionality in public health

    In this two-part webinar series, participants will have the opportunity to review the historic roots of intersectionality, discuss its relevance to public health and health equity, and explore what it means to “take an intersectionality approach”.

  • Webinar series on anti-Black racism and public health

    Join the NCCDH and the Black Health Education Collaborative for a three-part interactive webinar series. In this series, participants will explore how anti-Black racism impacts health and identify concrete opportunities for public health action.

  • Mind the Disruption: An NCCDH Project

    On Mind the Disruption, the new NCCDH podcast, you’ll hear the stories of people who have disrupted the usual ways of doing things in their organizations, communities, and society in pursuit of better health for all.

  • Equity in Action

    The "Equity in Action" project highlights initiatives that have successfully promoted health equity in pandemic planning, response, and recovery. This repository lifts the voices of community leaders as a source of evidence to facilitate learning and connection among Public Health practitioners in Canada.