Although the Covid-19 pandemic has been having a horrific impact on everyone, the world’s most marginalised communities have been hit particularly hard. Despite this worrying global situation, we reaffirm our commitment to safeguarding the rights of minority and indigenous communities and implementing indivisible human rights for all. Since the onset of this pandemic, we have been paying close attention to the inequalities in access to protective equipment and healthcare services. Here is a summary of what we have produced along with our partners.

Lessons of the Covid-19 pandemic

Read our landmark Minority and Indigenous Trends 2021 report

Our publications related to the Covid-19 pandemic

Our DIVE project aims at tracking and understanding online sharing across diverse ethnic, religious and linguistic communities about Covid-19 vaccine confidence, uptake and access in Algeria, Kenya, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

The Covid-19 pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges for workers and for people affected by modern slavery. Find out more about our evidence-based research on the key impacts of Covid-19 on modern slavery.

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