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Conference on Value Judgments in Public Health Emergencies

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

On 23rd May 2022 the UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator hosted an event bringing together experts from a range of fields and sectors to discuss how value judgments did, can, and should feature in public decision-making and policy. The aim of...

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Ethics at Westminster: A workshop on public values and the pandemic

Workstreams: Public values, transparency and governance

On 18th May we brought together Parliamentarians, policymakers, and academics at the House of Commons to discuss how to bring ethical thinking and debate into public policy on pandemic recovery and preparedness, and how to involve the public in such...

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Place and health inequalities: an ethical framework for evaluating and developing policy

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

In this Ethical framework by Dr Beth W. Kamunge of the Public health and health inequalities workstream, the impact place has on health inequalities is explored.

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Conference: The proper place and visibility of value judgments in public health policy and practice.

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

Monday 23rd May, 11am-2pm The UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator hosted a free, online conference to explore, examine, and explain how value judgments did, do, can, and should feature in public decision-making and policy. The full video recording of the event...

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Response to UK Parliament’s Treasury Committee consultation – An equal recovery. By the Public health and health inequalities workstream

Workstreams: Public health and health inequalities

This is a response by the Public health and health inequalities workstream to the UK Parliament’s Treasury Committee’s consultation, 'An equal recovery', looking at how different forms of inequality have been experienced by different demographics during covid-19.