France’s Data Collection Rules Obscure the Racial Disparities of Covid-19
This article focuses on a 1978 law in France prohibiting the government from collecting information regarding race and religious identity that has impacted statistics on COVID-19. The origins of the law and the debate the law has caused around the collection of data during the pandemic.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Timsit, Annabelle, "France’s Data Collection Rules Obscure the Racial Disparities of Covid-19" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender. 29.