Learning and Knowledge Exchanges
The actions and omissions of world leaders, public health leaders, and policy makers in charge of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic will reveal historical and current impacts of colonial violence and continued health inequities among African, Indigenous, racialized, and marginalized folks. Utilizing a critical intersectional decolonizing framework, this discussion talks about the ethical dilemmas within the COVID-19 responses.
Women’s homelessness is made invisible by how we define, measure, and respond to housing need and homelessness. This review explored evidence on the unique causes, consequences, and experiences of homelessness and housing precarity for women, girls, and gender diverse peoples in Canada.
Trauma-and-Violence-Informed Care Toolkit for Reducing Stigma Related to Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections
The prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBIs) are important public health goals. However, stigma and discrimination in health and social service settings often create barriers to accessing STBBI services.