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The experience of people facing health inequalities during Covid-19 lockdown

Updated: Mar 8

I worked with Free2B Alliance, a LGBTQ+ service, Richmond Carers Centre, supporting young carers and York Travellers Trust, supporting Gypsy, Traveller and Romany families. Also with the RCPCH & Us, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, who supported the engagement of the local organisations. This project was to investigate the experiences of people who face inequalities during lock down and the mental, social and physical health risks. This is the webinar presenting the final report


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