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In the field of health, numerous frameworks have emerged that advance understandings of the differential impacts of health policies to produce inclusive and socially just health outcomes. This chapter presents the development of an important contribution to these efforts—an Intersectionality-Based Policy Analysis (IBPA) Framework that provides guidance and direction for researchers, civil society, public health professionals and policy actors seeking to address the challenges of health inequities across diverse populations. Importantly, this chapter presents the application of the IBPA Framework in seven priority health-related policy case studies. The aim of this chapter is to inspire a range of policy actors to recognize the potential of IBPA to foreground the complex contexts of health and social problems, and ultimately to transform how policy analysis is undertaken.
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