Stephen Morales

Given the terrible events that unfolded in Minneapolis last week, resulting in the death of George Floyd, it is hard to focus on much other than the urgent need to address the level of civil injustice that still prevails across global society.

In many respects, the COVID-19 pandemic has only amplified problems of inequity within our communities and the extent to which the disadvantaged, socially deprived, and black and ethnic minorities have perhaps suffered the most. Not only have these groups been the direct victims of the disease, they have also suffered indirectly through loss of earnings, the collapse of family support or reduced access to important care.

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