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COVID-19 and Indigenous health and wellness: our strength is in our stories

This report from the Royal Society of Canada offers a collection of stories about the impacts of COVID-19 on the health and wellness of Indigenous people in Canada. It humanizes the pandemic in a way that is meaningful to Indigenous communities and calls attention to the lack of Indigenous-specific COVID-19 data.

UN research roadmap for the COVID-19 recovery

This report from the United Nations providers a Roadmap for building science-informed and science-inspired COVID-19 recovery efforts that consider equity, resilience and sustainability.

COVID-19 signpost: A snapshot of COVID in Canada’s cities at day 300

This report from the Canadian Urban Institute provides a snapshot of Canadian cities at days 100, 200 and 300 in relation to the start of the COVID0-19 pandemic. It highlights how COVID-19 has deepened existing inequalities for racialized communities, seniors, women and people living with disabilities. It also emphasizes the need for neighbourhood-level data in order to fully understand the impacts of the pandemic.

COVID-19: Impacts & opportunities report

This report from the City of Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild provides recommendations to support the recovery of communities, organizations, partners and businesses from COVID-19. It outlines recommendations specific to addressing anti-Black systemic racism and social determinants of health.

Making the link: Improving health and health equity through strong social protection systems

This report from the EuroHealthNet Policy Précis series describes approaches taken by the European Union, United Nations and other international organizations to social protection policies and social welfare spending. The policies in question specifically support health and health equity, recovery from COVID-19 and working toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

Pandemic proof: Synthesizing real-world knowledge of promising mental health and substance use practices utilized during the COVID19 pandemic with young people who are experiencing or have experienced homelessness

This report from Thulien et al. presents the findings of a survey and focus groups on promising approaches used during the COVID-19 pandemic. The approaches studied were those used to address mental health and substance use for youth in Canada related to homelessness, including recommendations for practice, research and policy.

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