Early evidence of Covid-19 inequalities

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Covid-19: how can Local Authorities use emerging evidence to address wellbeing inequalities?

In Autumn 2020 we brought together emerging evidence about wellbeing inequalities in a series of 8 email briefings for Local Authority policy makers. This evidence was collected through a crowdsourcing exercise, and presented the early findings about the effects of the pandemic in its first 6 months.

You can find the Autumn 2020 evidence briefings below, or you can search the updated evidence in our Covid-WIRED dashboard.

Early evidence of wellbeing inequalities:

Different relationships
Different ethnicities
Mental health
Men and women
Children and young people
Financial wellbeing
Work-related wellbeing
Bringing all the data together


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