Tessa Boyd-Caine spoke with Britt Myers and Elizabeth Stary for Done by Law on 3CR Melbourne about health justice partnership, what it is, how it works and the problems it helps to address.
The challenge to identify meaningful metrics to track progress is real. It takes investment, time and expertise to set the foundations for measuring social progress.
With its foundational dimensions of inclusion, equity and fairness, the government’s new wellbeing framework resonates deeply with the health justice approach to wellbeing.
Momentum in partnership can be both hard to build and easily disrupted. So what can you do to create and protect it?
How we did it is just as important for the campaign ahead.
It’s important to acknowledge and explore the loss that people can experience when working in partnership.