Picturing Race and Inequality: the potential for social change

Hosted by Conflict Research Group

Old Theatre, Old Building,


Professor Yasmin Alibhai-Brown

Mark Neville

Professor Tim Newburn

Professor Gwendolyn Sasse

Polly Toynbee

The panel will discuss effective ways of communicating and changing inequality, centring on the work of artist Mark Neville, in particular his recent series London/Pittsburgh.

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (@y_alibhai) is Professor of Journalism at the University of Lincoln and a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Centre.

Mark Neville (@MarkNeville4) is an artist investigating the social function of photography and film.

Tim Newburn (@TimNewburn) is Professor of Criminology and Social Policy at LSE.

Gwendolyn Sasse (@GwendolynSasse) is Professor in Comparative Politics at the University of Oxford and Professorial Fellow at Nuffield College.

Polly Toynbee (@pollytoynbee) is a journalist, writer and Guardian columnist.

Suggested hashtag for this event for Twitter users: #LSEinequality


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