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Off the back burner: Diverse and gender-inclusive decision-making for COVID-19 response and recovery

This commentary article by Bali et al. highlights the disproportionate impact of pandemics on women. The authors argue that it is essential to include a diverse group of individuals in decision-making for an effective COVID-19 response and recovery, with particular attention to the perspectives of women from low-middle income countries.

A call for a gender-responsive, intersectional approach to address COVID-19

This commentary article from Ryan and Ayadi outlines the short and long-term health and economic impacts of COVID-19 on women and girls, and proposes actionable recommendations for healthcare, public health, and policy development for a gender-responsive, intersectional approach to pandemic planning.

Ethics of COVID-19-related school closures

This commentary article by Silverman et al. explores the ethics of school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes data indicating significant negative long-term effects for students from families who live with inequities.

Coronavirus response: Peer-to-peer resource sharing

This online resource library from Community Commons is a living repository of equity-themed tools and resources that describe the equity implications of COVID-19 and actions to address these disparities.

Older people and COVID‐19: Isolation, risk and ageism

This commentary article from Brooke and Jackson reviews how COVID-19 carries increased health risks, negative consequences of social isolation and stigma associated with age for older adults.

Mitigating the wider health effects of covid-19 pandemic response

This journal article by Douglas, Katikireddi, Taulbut, McKee and McCartney discusses the economic, social isolation and other adverse effects of COVID-19 social distancing measures on groups who are vulnerable due to pre-existing inequities.

COVID-19: The gendered impacts of the outbreak

This article from Wenham, Smith and Morgan describes the gendered impacts of COVID-19. It describes how to avoid reproducing or perpetuating gender and health inequities through the public health response to the pandemic.

Social justice in pandemic preparedness

This article from DeBruin, Liaschenko and Marshall looks at implementing a social justice approach to pandemic planning.

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