1 year after review of anti-Indigenous racism in B.C. health care, author says little progress has been made – CBC

1 year after review of anti-Indigenous racism in B.C. health care, author says little progress has been made – CBC

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Nov 30, 2021

‘Ineffective collaboration’ between governments has slowed improvement where it’s most needed, author says

In the year since a review recommended two dozen steps to address widespread systemic racism against Indigenous people in the B.C. health-care system, its author says progress has been slow because governments still aren’t structured to work together properly.

A follow-up progress report on Tuesday found First Nations, Metis and provincial government leaders have made some headway on roughly a quarter of the recommendations, but “ineffective collaboration has slowed improvement where it is needed the most.”

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/bc-health-care-racism-report-one-year-later-1.6268316

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