Social Justice after COVID: Re-imagining a More Just and Sustainable World
Social Justice After COVID Panel Series: Re-imagining a More Just and Sustainable World
In order to deepen public understanding of the health dimensions of the current crisis, the panel will address public access to healthcare and social justice issues associated with COVID-19, as well as the insecurity of the broader system that this pandemic makes more visible.
Presenters, including analysts and activists of the health care system and physicians from Canada and the US, will discuss how they see COVID affecting their community and/or area/region of research, including how health care cuts or insufficient access to publicly funded medicine and employment insecurity influence our healthcare systems’ ability to respond.
Panel #1 Public Health Inequality and COVID-19
Natalie Mehra, Ontario Health Coalition
Ritika Goel, Toronto Family Physician and Activist
Heather Hastings, Health Manager, Tsartlip First Nation
Tish Lopez, Assistant Professor, Geography, Dartmouth College
Rupa Marya, Associate Professor, Medicine, University of California
Abigail Neely, Assistant Professor, Geography, Dartmouth College
Facilitated by Prof. Tracey Osborne, University of California Merced.
More info at https://socialjusticeaftercovid.weebly.com/public-health-inequality-and-covid-19.html
Join the live stream on Thursday, April 23, 2020 at 4 pm ET, 1 pm PT https://www.facebook.com/YorkUFES/
All panel discussions will be live streamed on York University’s Faculty of Environmental StudiesFacebook page.
The panel series is co-sponsored by York University, University of California Merced and University of Washington.