This episode companion document provides a new way to engage with the Mind the Disruption podcast. It includes a written transcript of Season 1, Episode 1 “Disrupting Gig Work” with key quotes and related resources to prompt further reflection and exploration.
This report provides recommendations for thinking about and applying intersectionality, which are relevant to the Canadian context. Case examples are used to illustrate differing understandings of intersectionality in the United Kingdom (UK).
This article contains a feminist analysis of public policy responses and social protections implemented in many countries during the COVID-19 pandemic using a conceptualization of care based on paid and unpaid care and domestic work.
This national 2022 Report Card from Campaign 2000 analyzes tax data and includes policy recommendations to eradicate child and family poverty.
Striving for Health Equity: The Importance of Social Determinants of Health and Ethical Considerations in Pandemic Preparedness Planning
This reflection published in the International Journal of Public Health advocates for deeper considerations of the social determinants of health and ethics in pandemic preparedness plans from a public health perspective.