On Thursday 3rd June 2021, Anuj Kapilashrami facilitated an incredible discussion with Sridhar Venkatapuram, David McCoy and Guppi Bola in the launch event for the People's Health Watch.
You can watch the whole webinar below - join Anuj, Sridhar, Dave and Guppi as they reflect on their personal journeys, the roots of health injustice, and the importance of resistance and reimagining as we build power in the struggle for health justice.
AN APPROACH TO CHALLENGE THE STATUS QUO.
The People’s Health Watch looks at a broad interpretation of the factors that impact on our health, as do many other organisations including Health Poverty Action. Consequently, what gets taught in schools, as well as what is not taught, is relevant to our health.
This entry from Health Poverty Action provides an example of an approach to challenge the status quo that can be adopted for working across different sectors.
Global Poverty and its Colonial Roots: A Re-education
This has been a year like no other. The Black Lives Matter movement has added to the existing urgency to re-examine what young people are taught in schools, what is left out of their education and the reasons why.