Democratizing data is key for addressing inequalities during COVID-19
Article from OpenGlobalRights
Data plays a crucial role in informing public policies and decision-making. Having representative and inclusive data is important, because it…
How the Law Is Failing India’s Marginalized Groups During the Pandemic
Article by Niraja Gopal Jayal
Niraja Gopal Jayal discusses the deep inequalities that have been magnified by the pandemic in India.
Pluralism in a Fractured World: The Challenge of Our Times
Interview with Meredith Preston McGhie
Ms. Preston McGhie reflects on how pluralism contributes to conversations on systemic racism and marginalization around the world.
Citizens as Doctors: Public Health as an Act of Inclusive Citizenship
Article by Dr. Aleem Bharwani
Discussing active and inclusive citizenship in the COVID-19 context.
A Pandemic of Prejudice
Article by Nitin Pai, co-founder, Taskshashila Institution
The radical uncertainty created by an epidemic becomes a justification for expressions of hatred, discrimination and violence.
Impacts on Indigenous Communities and the Need for Race-Based Data
Interview with Rose LeMay, CEO, Indigenous Reconciliation Group
Rose LeMay leads the Indigenous Reconciliation Group, a company created to support capacity in organizations to increase cultural competence in...