Health inequality and the causes of the causes
There are large inequalities in health within and between countries. To explain this we have to look at the social determinants of health—the conditions in which people are born, grow, live work and age; and inequities in power, money and resources.
Give every child the best start
Absence of the nurturing and presence of the harmful are important for the whole of life and are strong contributors to inequalities in adult health. There is much we can do to make things better at both the level of national policy and at the local level supporting families and children.
Living and working
Unemployment is bad for health, but work can damage health, too. When work is no longer the way out of poverty, health suffers.
Social justice and health: making a difference
Creating the conditions for individuals to take control over their lives will enable social flourishing of all members of society.