This webinar from the World Health Organization focuses on the importance of social participation and investing in mechanisms to dialogue with people and communities in relation to COVID-19. More specifically, it explores these topics as they relate to strengthening emergency responses.
Released in October 2020, this annual report of the Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) of Canada reviews how the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequities across the country. This year’s edition builds on the CPHO’s 2019 report, titled Addressing stigma towards a more inclusive health system.
Enablers and barriers to community engagement in public health emergency preparedness: A literature review
This journal article from Ramsbottom et al. presents the findings from a literature review identifying enablers and barriers to collaboration between communities and institutions for emergency preparedness.
This journal article from Habersaat et al. proposes 10 considerations for governments to ensure they include the perspectives and engagement of populations in the COVID19 transition.
This report from Vibrant Communities and the Tamarack Institute describes community-based initiatives to meet community needs related to inequities in housing, food, access to services and other social determinants of health during 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.
This website repository from the Broadbent Institute is a resource-sharing site to support worker and community advocacy for protections during COVID-19 .