Asking for equality when the current system setup works for people like you, isn’t asking for equality. It’s asking for continued inequality and discrimination
From the Blog on inequality
Here in the UK the vaccine programme is rolling along. This brings with it a slightly more positive outlook in the news of the state of the world. However, when you look at the data presented in the map below we see a different picture. Africa is quite in comparison...
If we are creating a digital vaccine passport, we need to ask how do we create them in a way that reduces social inequalities rather than increasing them
Does it make sense for people like me or even teachers, police etc. here in the UK to be vaccinated before health care workers in Sudan? Brazil?
The world is unfair. The world is unequal and unjust and the evidence is all around us. We are privileged more than you realise, even when it doesn’t feel like it.
Efficiency can be helpful. If we choose to look at efficiency and equality through the lens of the most vulnerable in our communities, not the majority.
Apple and Google made public the work they are jointly doing on developing a global contact tracing capability. It’s addressed some privacy concerns, but…
When we ‘go digital’ and build systems and processes which assume connectivity and smart devices, we are deciding to leave people out.