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The podcast from the latest Policy Provocations lecture is now available.
The Policy Provocations series celebrates Liverpool’s year of City of Radicals.
Professor Richard Wilkinson, co-author of the Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better and co-founder of the Equality Trust delivered his keynote speech, followed by a panel discussion to an audience of more than 300.
The panel included Gideon Ben Tovim, Chair of the Liverpool Primary Care Trust, Haneen Awaad, Schools parliament and student at North Liverpool Academy, Jane Corbett, Cabinet Member for Education and Children’s Services and Dr Alex Scott Samuel from the University.
Tickets are still available for the next Policy Provocations lecture in the series. ‘Can Finance be fair and does it even matter?’ by Lord Whitty, outgoing Chair of Consumer Focus, and Frank Field MP is on Thursday 27 October at 6.15pm in the Anglican Cathedral.
For tickets visit the Events website.
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