We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
With the Social Progress Imperative, we've developed the first neighbourhood level, health-focused social progress index of its kind.
With Wellcome Trust
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We commissioned Global Black Maternal health to lead a research project to better understand the experiences of Black and mixed heritage children and families when a child has special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
Children's health and food
We have created a free image library to help build a better, more constructive understanding of children’s health and to show how what surrounds us shapes us.
At Impact on Urban Health we know that our mental, physical and financial health are all connected. Our new partnership with the Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) explores how better debt advice can improve the health of people struggling with the cost of living.
We’re supporting the Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s Hot Homes project, alongside the Google News Initiative, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Necessity.
Migrant Democracy Project exists for migrants at home in the UK who want to shape a society based on social justice, reflecting their needs and interests, through community power building. Dr Alex Bulat tells us more about what they are trying to achieve.
We work with local, city, national and international organisations to help urban areas become healthier places to live.
Health effects of air pollution
With Asthma + Lung UK
With Clean Cities Campaign
With Asthma + Lung UK and the Clean Air Fund
We fund and partner with others to tackle complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas.
We want to break the link between low income and poor nutrition, by improving the quality of food options in lower-income neighbourhoods.
We want to make it possible for all children to have strong, positive mental health by making support more equitable when young people experience behavioural difficulties.
We want to address the health effects of poor air quality on people whose health is most impacted by air pollution: children, older people and people with heart and lung conditions.
We want to address the social and economic determinants of health in order to ensure longer, healthier lives for people with multiple long-term conditions.
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