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The International Inequalities Institute drives integrated research and teaching on inequality at LSE. Home of for Social and Economic Equity
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Catch up with our recent III event exploring inter-racial gendered care work for colonial and contemporary white families in 🇮🇳 📺Watch the video: 🎧Listen to the podcast:
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LSE Inequalities Aug 10
📬 Our latest III newsletter on the theme of Wealth, Elites and Tax Justice can be read here ➡️
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LSE Inequalities Aug 7
"In , 's killing highlighted the parallels between us & the US: deliberate police brutality. Police are supposed to protect us, not hurt us, let alone kill us." | for Social & Economic Equity
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LSE Sociology Jul 30
"Even though the pandemic has demonstrated its interconnected vulnerability, “humanity” is not equally exposed to the social, economic, and political inequalities this pandemic has exasperated and created". Read 's recent piece for
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LSE Inequalities Aug 5
Meet the leaders who make up the first three cohorts of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity, a programme based at the International Inequalities Institute, along with their peers from six other equity-focused Atlantic Fellowships around the world.
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LSE Inequalities Aug 5
Happening today at 19:00 BST Sign up here:
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liz sayce Aug 4
See my blog - inclusive education, done well, can shape inclusive attitudes for life, stop 'othering', support life chances. Great global practices to learn from
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LSE Inequalities Aug 4
Digital education in the wake of is a matter of philosophy as well as technology, says . "It's about thinking about why we teach, about the teaching and learning that’s already gone on, and what we hope to do":
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LSE Eden Centre for Education Enhancement Aug 4
After the move online, our work shifted to address digital inequality and supporting students online - through workshops and guidance for staff. For more on this, see the Inclusive Education Action Plan webpage:
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LSE Inequalities Aug 4
What role do arrival areas play in the integration of migrants and urban planning policy? See the latest publication by and Heike Hahnhoerster exploring the dynamics of urban arrival areas in European cities Read it here➡️
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LSE Inequalities Aug 3
From stable internet to suitable space, higher education's "pivot to digital" works very well for some, notes ( for Social & Economic Equity), but it can also "add more stress onto students who are already stressed". 🎙️
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LSE Inequalities Aug 3
Twenty equality champions for 2020: congratulations to the new cohort of racial justice leaders from the US and South Africa who are joining , the sister programme of our own for Social and Economic Equity.
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LSE Inequalities Aug 3
Is there a trade off between lives and livelihoods in policy responses to ? Find out in the latest Working Paper from the incoming Director, Prof Francisco Ferreira () Read Here:
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LSE Inequalities Jul 31
Shift+alt+recreate: how can systems thinking help us make a just transition to an equitable future? ( for Social and Economic Equity) talks to systems theorist and journalist via
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LSE Inequalities Jul 31
"I was widowed at 32, and I had to stand up for myself. What I didn't know then was that I would be standing up for thousands of other Kenyan widows, too. We are showing them you can drive your own change." 📽️Watch 's story of loss and hope.
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LSE Inequalities Jul 31
(*plus*) We've got two great opportunities to work with and on 's new Politics of Inequality research theme. ☑️Research Officer (deadline 9 Aug) ☑️Research Fellow (deadline 13 Aug)
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LSE (from 🏡🛋) Jul 29
“We wanted to assemble a network of experts who could inform the public debate.” & ' talks to about his research examining the pros and cons of a UK wealth tax.
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Mike Savage Jul 30
Fascinating to be involved in this exciting project which has just started, working with colleagues at
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LSE Inequalities Jul 30
Australians know little about the "blackbirding" of South Sea Islanders, but "the multi-generational wrecking ball of was swinging here as ruthlessly as it was elsewhere". | 's tale of & forced labour, family & resilience.
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LSE Inequalities Jul 29
"In these days of seismic shifts on issues of race, I have found my family history in the spotlight. I am Indigenous to the country of . My very existence is due to slavery in Australia." on 'blackbirding', courage and survival.
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