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Briefings

Key Considerations: Engaging Young People in Latin American and the Caribbean in the COVID-19 Response

This brief draws on academic and grey literature exploring how COVID-19 affects young people, as well as literature describing the pandemic response in Latin American and the Caribbean and other regions. It offers considerations on how to engage youth by…
SSHAP
2022
Evidence Reviews

Evidence Review: COVID-19 Recovery in South Asian Urban Informal Settlements

This evidence review highlights local responses, grassroots efforts, and challenges around COVID-19 recovery within urban informal settlements in South Asia. It focuses on specific examples from Karachi, Pakistan and Mumbai, India to inform policy responses for COVID-19 recovery and future…
SSHAP
2022
Briefings

Key Considerations: Drivers Influencing Vaccination-related Behaviours Among Ukrainian Refugees in Poland

This brief summarises existing information about the factors influencing vaccination-related practices during the Ukrainian crisis. It also presents strategic and practical considerations to inform the design of interventions to create demand for routine immunisation among Ukrainian refugees.
SSHAP
2022
blog

How can collaborative methods help us understand vaccine hesitancy among youth?

14th June 2022
In this blog, SSHAP researchers reflect on their collaborative and participatory methods used to better understand vaccine hesitancy among youth…
Case Studies

Youth COVID-19 Vaccine Engagement in Ealing, London, United Kingdom

This is a case study about vaccine engagement among youth in Ealing, United Kingdom. It forms part of a British Academy-funded research on vaccine uptake in the US and the UK.
Institute of Development Studies
2022
Case Studies

Youth COVID-19 Vaccine Engagement in Cleveland, Ohio, United States

This is a case study about vaccine engagement among youth in Cleveland, Ohio. It forms part of a British Academy-funded research on vaccine uptake in the US and the UK.
Institute of Development Studies
2022
Infographics

COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance by Key Influencers in the MENA Region – Teachers and Healthworkers

This infographic summarises the key considerations of a recent evidence review on vaccine acceptance among two key groups in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region: teachers and health workers. To expand, open in the image in a new tab, or…
SSHAP
2022
Briefings

COVID-19 Vaccines and (Dis)Trust among Minoritised Youth in Ealing, London, United Kingdom

This brief explains youth perceptions of COVID-19 vaccination and outlines key considerations for engaging with and building trust among young people living in Ealing, London.
SSHAP
2022
Briefings

Key Considerations: Tackling Structural Discrimination and COVID-19 Vaccine Barriers for Roma Communities in Italy

This brief highlights how structural discrimination and social exclusion shape attitudes to COVID-19 vaccines among Roma communities in Italy, and the role trusted communal and public authorities can play in supporting vaccine uptake and tackling broader exclusions.
SSHAP
2022
Briefings

10 Ways Local Governments in Multicultural Urban Settings can Support Vaccine Equity in Pandemics

This brief investigates these disparities through the lens of “vaccine (in)equity”, focusing on the role of local actors. It builds on ethnographic and qualitative research carried out in the Northern Districts of Marseille and ongoing research engagement around vaccine equity…
SSHAP
2021
Briefings

Key Considerations: Equitable Engagement to Promote COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake among Undocumented Urban Migrants

This brief sets out key considerations linked to the promotion of COVID-19 vaccine uptake among undocumented migrants residing in Rome, Italy. We focus on strategies to equitably distribute COVID-19 vaccines. Evidence from Italy is applicable to other contexts where vaccine…
SSHAP
2022
Briefings

COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy among Minoritised Youth in Cleveland, Ohio, United States

This brief illustrates underlying reasons shaping COVID-19 vaccine attitudes among minority (especially Black and Latinx) youth (ages 12-18) and offers key considerations for how young people can be better engaged within Cleveland, Ohio.
SSHAP
2022
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