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Report publication: The role of ethnicity in shaping health inequalities among young people

I was happy to work with the Race Equality Foundation and the Association for Young People's Health investigating what young people from ethnic minority backgrounds felts about health inequalities.

The aim of this project was to better understand young people’s views and experiences of:

● Racism, discrimination and prejudice in their everyday lives

● How ethnicity was related to health for their age group

● Healthcare services

● Solutions for tackling health inequalities.

My role was, with a small team, to recruit and run a youth panel, co-facilitated with a young peer facilitator, to determine how young people felt health inequalities affected their lives and health. The data and engagement report can be found here:

https://ayph.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Engagement-report-Ethnicity-and-young-peoples-health-inequalities.pdf


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