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COVID-19: Achieving Vaccine Equity in Ealing, London

Key messages from our evidence review and brief on Achieving COVID-19 Vaccine Equity in Ealing and North West London.

Why is there vaccine inequity when there is plenty to go around?

30th November 2021
This blog reflects on lessons learnt about vaccine (in)equity in Ealing, London and what considerations emerge for those working on…
Evidence Reviews

Evidence Review: Achieving COVID-19 Vaccine Equity in Ealing and North West London

This review sets out key considerations for improving vaccine equity – as well as broader health equity – in the North West London (NWL) borough of Ealing.

Key Considerations: Achieving COVID-19 Vaccine and Health Equity in Ealing and North West London

This brief illustrates how COVID-19 vaccine (in)equity has played out on the ground and offers key considerations for how it can be improved in the North West London (NWL) borough of Ealing.
UNICEF/Frank Dejongh/UN0513433

What can social science research teach us about COVID-19 vaccine deployment?

15th September 2021
Global engagement is needed to acknowledge COVID-19 vaccine supply as a social justice issue, and demand for the scaling-up of…

Brighton and Madrid: a tale of two ‘pandemic’ cities

19th July 2021
This blog post is one of a series, providing insights and reflections from the SSHAP ‘Social Science and Epidemics’ collection.

Diaspora Communications and Health Seeking Behaviour in the Time of Ebola: Findings from the Sierra Leonean Community in London

The Sierra Leonean diaspora was active in responding to the Ebola outbreak that hit Sierra Leone in March 2014, both by providing financial and material support, and through direct communication with relatives, friends and colleagues back home. This paper looks…
Ebola Response Anthropology Platform
Evidence Reviews

MMR Mobilisation: Citizens and Science in a British Vaccine Controversy

This paper examines the controversy over measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine in Britain through the lenses of social movement theory and social studies of science. Since the early 1990s, networks of parents have raised, and mobilised around, concerns that…