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’ll be using our presence at the Labour and Conservative party conferences to ensure decision-makers understand the importance of safeguarding health during this economic crisis.
Multiple long-term conditions
In this guest blog, Damon Gibbons, Executive Director of Centre for Responsible Credit, reflects on the complex reasons why tailored support for people struggling with their finances is needed now more than ever.
Responsibility for health goes beyond our personal choices and circumstances. The services we use also play a role.
Children's health and food
Through our partnership with The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), we’re exploring how the food industry can create opportunities for people to be healthy by transforming the food it sells.
Children's mental health
Rosie, 11, lives in a flat in Southwark with her mum and her four siblings. Rosie was diagnosed with ADHD four years ago and is now on medication, which has changed her behaviour dramatically.
Raina, 18, and Audrey, 14 live together with their mother in Southwark. Raina has no official diagnosis, but has a suspected form of affective disorder, and Audrey has been diagnosed with OCD, depression, and anxiety.
Jaydan, 11, lives with his dad and brother in Lambeth. Jaydan was diagnosed with ADHD while he was living with his mum, and is currently being assessed through CAMHS to see if he has autism.
Health effects of air pollution
We’re working with Ricardo, a renowned environmental consultancy that helps businesses measure and mitigate their air pollution emissions.
Air pollution is an urgent public health crisis and a social justice issue. We must seize this unique opportunity to tell Government to prioritise clean air.
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