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Webinar: “Converging Crises” Session 3 – A Rights-based Approach to Health Equity for Indigenous and Racialized Communities
May 7 @ 7:00 pm - 1:30 pm PDT
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) is excited to host an upcoming webinar series focused on long-term care and health system reform in Canada. “Converging Crises: Addressing the crises in long-term care, health system inequities, and federal-provincial relations” is a series of three online events taking place April 23, April 30 and May 7.
At the CCPA we have a long-standing commitment to research that addresses the growing inequities in Canadian society, the debate around for-profit versus public delivery of health services, and the challenges in long-term care and the broader seniors care system. Like many others, since the onset of the pandemic our attention has been increasingly focused on the humanitarian crisis in long-term care, the unequal impacts on the racialized and gendered workforce, and the call for national standards in long-term care.
The federal government struggled to take meaningful and timely leadership due primarily to deepening fault lines between the federal and provincial governments. But now more than ever is the time for different levels of government to work together to ensure that evidence guides policy and practice around COVID-19 and long-term care, and to address the urgent and long-standing health system failures and racism experienced by Indigenous, Black and racialized communities.
SESSION 3 – A Rights-based Approach to Health Equity for Indigenous and Racialized Communities. Register here.
May 7, 3:00 – 4:30pm Eastern (noon – 1:30pm Pacific)
Speakers: Dr. Naheed Dosani, Martha Jackman, and more to be announced!