Because I am a public health ethicist, most of my work in ethics, law & policy involves justice and health (public health ethicists are in general agreement that justice is “a” if not “the” central value implicated in public and population health). In the US at least, lots of public health stakeholders spend lots of time talking about “social justice.”

Yet, what do we mean when we say “social justice”?

I’m not convinced a lot of the discussion is really connected to robust concepts of social justice (which do exist!). More in this vlog:

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