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Achieving health equity for LGBT people

This interactive online module from the National LGBT Health Education Center explores health inequities experienced by LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) communities and how to address associated healthcare disparities and impact on population health.

Achieving health equity: A guide for health care organizations

This white paper from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement provides guidance to health care organizations on how they can reduce health inequities related to characteristics linked to discrimination and social exclusion.

Addressing law enforcement violence as a public health issue

This policy statement by the American Public Health Association (APHA) describes the historical roots and research behind law enforcement violence against people of colour. The statement positions this as an urgent and longstanding public health issue.

Addressing stigma: Towards a more inclusive health system

In December 2019, Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) Dr Theresa Tam released a national report that shines a light on stigma as a key driver of health inequities in Canada. The report was informed by meetings with key people across Canada that gathered input on two key questions: What holds stigma in place? And, how do we address stigma in the health system?

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