Taking an intersectional approach requires continuous critical reflection on both the complexity of the human experience and the actions necessary to disrupt oppressive systems. This is well aligned with public health actors’ intentions to address the structural and social determinants of health.
Participants will hear from panelists with a range of perspectives on applying intersectionality in public health practice. Participants will then move into breakout group discussions, giving them the opportunity to further engage with panelists, NCCDH staff, and each other.
Following the second webinar in this series, participants will