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Addressing the inequities that create and sustain ethnic disparities in health is an ongoing challenge in public health. The issues are often emotive because they deal with globalisation, nationalism, racism and migration and, ultimately, they raise questions about the allocation of limited resources. Public health practitioners need the skills for significant political engagement, combining evidence with advocacy. Recent publications in ethnicity and health1–3 are therefore timely and welcome …