International Women’s Day- Health inequalities in Black and Asian women (Part 2)

Join us for part 2 of International Women’s Empowerment month information discussion about the current health inequalities which Black and Asian women face.

The COVID pandemic has shone a light on the health experiences of ethnic minorities. Black women are 5 times more likely to die giving birth than White women. Black and Asian women are less likely to receive good health care support  and health outcomes. It is important to remember that the health inequalities hasn’t just occurred because of coronavirus it has always been present, but because of the current climate it has exposed the serious impact these inequalities have on BAME groups.

In this event we hope to raise awareness of these health inequalities faced by ethnic women and the impact it has on us. We hope to raise awareness and be able to challenge these inequalities to allow a better future for BAME women’s health.

Date: 13/03/2021

Time: 10:30am to 12 noon

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