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The impact of Covid-19 on BAME groups and frontline workers

This Melting Pot Lunch will be with Samira Ben Omar. We will be discussing the impact of Covid-19 on BAME groups and frontline workers, and system inequalities in public sector organisations.

What are the wider lessons of the impact of Covid-19 on BAME groups and frontline workers for addressing system inequalities in public sector organisations?

How can we reconnect with our communities and unheard voices at the front line of organisations?

Samira works as Assistant Director for Equalities at North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups, and previously led on system change and community engagement. Her work on Community Voices looks at a different approach to addressing health inequalities, which begins by understanding the needs of local communities and what it takes to build relationships that can bring about system change.

Samira will share her experience of introducing change and the important role community stories play in providing route maps and solutions to system challenges.

This online event is free
Wednesday 10 June
12.30-2.00 pm

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