This resource repository from The Upstream Lab provides links to resources including a guide to providing social care during COVID-19 and links to socioeconomic supports. It also features resources related to health inequities and COVID-19.
This online data monitoring resource from the Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project offers links to conceptual and empirical publications related to epidemiological analysis and evidence of health inequities in COVID-19.
This web page from the United Nations offers links to statements and declarations calling for the prioritization of the needs of Indigenous peoples around the world in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
This webpage from the First Nations Health Authority (BC) offers a variety of resources for First Nations individuals, community leaders and health professionals. It also offers links to First Nations supports and services for COVID-19.
This webpage from the Government of Canada provides links to economic supports for individuals, communities, Indigenous Peoples and multiple sectors for navigating the circumstances related to COVID-19.
This website repository from the Network for the Advancement of Black Communities offers resources related to housing, education, mental health, and other equity implications of COVID-19 for racialized communities.
This website from the International Disability Alliance offers links to resources addressing the rights of people with disabilities and recommendations for inclusive pandemic response.
This resource hub from the Center for Urban and Racial Equity offers a variety of resource types related to financial assistance, working conditions, healthcare access and policy actions for communities most vulnerable to the negative effects of COVID-19.
This website from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers information specific to addressing stigma and discrimination due to COVID-19.
This webpage from the Public Health Association of BC offers links to resources, discussions, and consultation opportunities around COVID-19 advocacy and planning.