We know there are inequalities within physical activity, this section explores research to understand these in more detail and learn from evidence of how to approach these.
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The Marmot Review, published in 2010, has fundamentally shifted discourse on health inequalities in the UK and internationally. It has shaped our approach to health inequalities within Greater Manchester and across the UK.
People from poorer communities are more likely to be killed or injured on Britain’s roads, with those from ethnic minority groups (excluding white minorities) more at risk.
Green spaces are important to almost everyone, and the Covid-19 pandemic has shown how important access to nature is. However not everybody has the same access to green space, with people from ethnic minority backgrounds or from low incomes are less likely to have good access to green space.
Cycle planning and development needs to create equitable spaces and start designing cycling for everyone. This guide is a call for people making cycling decisions to ensure cycling in the UK is more inclusive.