In this episode, we dive into the social aspects of Covid-19 vaccination, and try to understand its impact on informal workers. How are they affected by the policy choices? What are the barriers to access? And what does it have to do with the issue of economic justice? These and other questions were discussed in this talk with with Christy Braham.
Christy is WIEGO’s Worker’s Health coordinator, she is also a founder member of the African Network on Migration and Health and a PhD candidate in public health at the University of Sheffield. she has been working at WIEGO in a research project about access to vaccination to informal workers around the world.
-> Blog: Access to vaccination and economic justice, by Christy Braham https://www.wiego.org/blog/access-vaccination-and-economic-justice
-> Policy Insights: Essential, but Unprotected: How Have Informal Workers Navigated the Health Risks of the Pandemic?, by Christy Braham https://www.wiego.org/resources/essential-unprotected-how-have-informal-workers-navigated-health-risks-pandemic
*Our theme music is Focus from AA Aalto (Creative Commons)
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