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Race, Culture and Inequality

A group of men and women working in Sierra LeoneWe cannot address any of our challenges without framing our enquiries around race and culture.

We must identify inequalities where they are found in each of our academies and find ways to mitigate them in a way that is fit for purpose. What works for one population strata will not work for all. In order to improve the health and wellbeing of all in our region, country and across the world, we need to resist the urge to help some of the people some of the time through inclusion and diversity. Only then can we truly help all of the people, all of the time.