Health Inequalities in Europe: Setting the Stage for Progressive Policy Action by Timon Forster, Alexander Kentikelenis and Clare Bambra

Executive Summary By some measures, such as life expectancy at birth, the health of the European population is better today than ever before. However, substantial inequalities in health continue to exist: Between European countries, life expectancy and mortality continue to be better in Western European countries than in Eastern European countries. Within European countries, there… Continua a leggere Health Inequalities in Europe: Setting the Stage for Progressive Policy Action by Timon Forster, Alexander Kentikelenis and Clare Bambra

Cherishing All Equally 2020: inequality and the care economy

Introduction by Robert Sweeney This is an extract from read the full paper at this link. The crisis that currently besets the continent of Europe and, indeed, most of the world, is the most profound in living memory. It is at once a public health, a political, a social, and an economic crisis. Its reach… Continua a leggere Cherishing All Equally 2020: inequality and the care economy