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Helping health services to understand and tackle health inequalities: 10th September – 11th October 2021

Are you bothered by the continuing level of extreme health inequalities in Leeds?

A group of organisations (Leeds Asylum Seekers, MESMAC, Basis Yorkshire, Leeds Gypsy and Traveller Exchange) are trying to help our local NHS to really learn from the experiences of asylum seekers and refugees, sex workers, Gypsies and Travellers, and LGBTQ+ people, particularly Trans People.

This is an inclusive event where everyone is welcome – people with lived experience, people who work alongside or support people with lived experience. You will have a chance to contribute what you know as well as listening and learning from others.

We will help you to build new relationships, deepen existing ones as well as start to think about possible things that you might be able to do in your practice, and importantly what we might be able to do together by reflecting on 3 questions

  1. What? = What each of us ‘knows’ about Extreme Health Inequalities in Leeds
  2. So What? = What sense we make of this?
  3. Now What? = What might we do next?

We’d love you to join us in conversation on

  • Friday September 10th 11:00-12:30
  • Wednesday 15th September 14:00 – 15:30
  • Thursday 16th September 14:00 – 15:30
  • Monday 11th October 10:00 – 11:30

Find out more and book your free tickets here:

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