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.
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Insights from our team and partners.
We studied how the built environment shapes how young people eat, and explore the need for transforming transit stops and creating new civic spaces for young people.
We're exploring ways to make our food environments healthier for children and families.
We're partnering and collaborating with food retailers and manufacturers to improve local food retail environments.
The evidence we've gathered on childhood obesity, alongside others from the sector, is supporting changes in policy.
We're learning about how people in other cities are addressing urban health and the impacts of living in urban environments.
Multiple long-term conditions
Our work shows a strong link between a lack of financial security and ill-health. We're designing financial interventions to promote better health.
We're working with local schools to ensure healthy food and physical activity become the norm for all children throughout the day.
Positively changing home environments can be difficult. We share the work we're doing to improve children's health in homes and early years settings.
Sharing how we're working across sectors to address obesogenic streets and what our next steps are through our ‘streets’ strand.
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