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Human Rights after Brexit: still on fantasy island?

Recorded on: 8 December 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Conor Gearty

As Home Secretary, Theresa May was more hostile to human rights than was any other cabinet minister in David Cameron's...

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Human Cooperation

Recorded on: 8 December 2016

Speaker(s): Dr David Rand

Cooperation is central to successful human societies. But why are people willing to incur the individual costs involved...

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Success and Luck: good fortune and the myth of meritocracy

Recorded on: 7 December 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Robert H Frank

How important is luck in economic success? Robert Frank explores why the rich underestimate the importance of luck –...

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Red Rosa: a revolutionary life

Recorded on: 7 December 2016

Speaker(s): Kate Evans

What can we learn from the extraordinary life of Dr Rosa Luxemburg? The indomitable Luxemburg forged a unique career as...

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How to Break Down the Glass Wall: successful strategies for women at work

Recorded on: 5 December 2016

Speaker(s): Kathryn Jacob, Sue Unerman

With more women in work than ever before, there are still too few women occupying positions in the boardroom. What’s...

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The Populist Challenge to Human Rights

Recorded on: 1 December 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Philip Alston

The human rights movement is reeling and the worst is yet to come. Populists have come to power in key countries...

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Rethinking Capitalism

Recorded on: 30 November 2016

Speaker(s): Michael Jacobs, Professor Mariana Mazzucato

Western capitalism is in trouble. For decades investment has been falling, living standards have stagnated or declined,...

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Thinking Sexualities, Globalities and the Politics of Rights from an Interdisciplinary Perspective

Recorded on: 30 November 2016

Speaker(s): Sonia Corrêa

In celebration of her Leverhulme Professorship at the Gender Institute, Sonia Corrêa explores some of the paradoxes at...

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The Lost Art of Listening: the missing key to democratic and civil society participation

Recorded on: 23 November 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Jim Macnamara

Jim Macnamara will report findings from his research showing many organisations do not listen, and argue that increased...

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The Curse of Cash

Recorded on: 23 November 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Kenneth S Rogoff

The world is drowning in cash—and it’s making us poorer and less safe. Kenneth Rogoff, one of the world’s leading...

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The New Minority: white working class politics in an era of immigration and inequality

Recorded on: 21 November 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Justin Gest

This talk will reveal key findings from the first rigorous study of the social and political trends underpinning Brexit...

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Brexit and the EU Global Strategy

Recorded on: 17 November 2016

Speaker(s): Nathalie Tocci

Undoubtedly Brexit has dealt a major blow, both to the UK's role in the world and that of the EU. As one if not the...

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The American Election and the Left

Recorded on: 16 November 2016

Speaker(s): Steven Erlanger, Professor Gary Gerstle, Bonnie Greer

The US election has seen a wave of authoritarian populism and xenophobia, the first real chance for a woman to win...

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The Scale-up Manifesto: how Britain is becoming the scale-up nation of the world

Recorded on: 15 November 2016

Speaker(s): Sherry Coutu, Irene Graham, Chris Haley, Rowena Burns, Rob Perks, James ‎Stuart, Elizabeth Vega

Two years on from the 2014 Scale-Up Report and Manifesto, co-founder and Chair of the Scale Up Institute Sherry Coutu,...

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Investing in Inclusive Growth

Recorded on: 15 November 2016

Speaker(s): Bill Morneau

Canada’s Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, shares his views on the global economy and how Canada is investing to...

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International Norm Change: outlawry of war in the interwar years

Recorded on: 14 November 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Hatsue Shinohara

This lecture will examine the transformation of international law in interwar years, and why international norm change...

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Karl Marx: greatness and illusion

Recorded on: 10 November 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Gareth Stedman Jones

Gareth Stedman Jones will discuss Marx, history and nature; challenge ideas of Marx's ‘materialist conception of...

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The Power and Politics of Flags

Recorded on: 10 November 2016

Speaker(s): Tim Marshall

There will be a short LSE100 Award Ceremony for outstanding achievements on the LSE100 course followed by a talk and...

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What's Next? Analysing the 2016 US Presidential Election

Recorded on: 9 November 2016

Speaker(s): Bronwen Maddox, Professor Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey, Sir Nigel Sheinwald, Professor Peter Trubowitz

America goes to the polls on 8 November to decide who will succeed Barack Obama as the 45th President. With Donald...

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Power and Inequality in the Global Political Economy

Recorded on: 9 November 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Nicola Phillips

This talk will address the evolution of inequalities in the global economy – and how different powers are propelling...

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Brain in a Vat and Other Stories: a celebration of Hilary Putnam

Recorded on: 8 November 2016

Speaker(s): Julian Baggini, Professor Jesper Kallestrup, Professor Chris Norris, Dr Sarah Sawyer

Does perception give me any reason to believe in an external world, or could I be a ‘brain in a vat’ that is fed...

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East West Street: in conversation with Philippe Sands

Recorded on: 7 November 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Philippe Sands

Philippe Sands will discuss his new book East West Street that explores the creation of world-changing legal concepts...

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The Man Who Knew: the life and times of Alan Greenspan

Recorded on: 7 November 2016

Speaker(s): Sebastian Mallaby

No post-war figure has loomed over global finance as imposingly as Alan Greenspan, America’s Fed chairman from the...

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A Day in the Life of the Brain: the neuroscience of consciousness from dawn 'til dusk

Recorded on: 3 November 2016

Speaker(s): Baroness Greenfield

Consciousness is the ultimate miracle - and enigma. However most people take this subjective inner state for granted...

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Dare to Do: taking on the planet by bike and boat

Recorded on: 3 November 2016

Speaker(s): Sarah Outen

Rowing solo across oceans, cycling through deserts and kayaking treacherous islands, British adventurer Sarah Outen has...

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What Next for Growth in the UK?

Recorded on: 2 November 2016

Speaker(s): Vince Cable, Lord Darling, Stephanie Flanders, George Osborne

In 2013 the LSE Growth Commission published a report - Investing for Prosperity, a Manifesto for Growth. Those...

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The Legacy of Peace

Recorded on: 2 November 2016

Speaker(s): Juan Manuel Santos Calderón

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón was awarded with the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize for his resolute efforts to...

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Lessons in How to Create and How to Succeed

Recorded on: 1 November 2016

Speaker(s): Richard Reed

Richard Reed built Innocent Drinks from a smoothie stall on a street corner to one of the biggest brands in Britain. He...

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How Change Happens

Recorded on: 1 November 2016

Speaker(s): Duncan Green

In his latest book How Change Happens Duncan Green explores how political and social change takes place, and the role...

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Future Sex: technology, desire, and the new rules of engagement

Recorded on: 31 October 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Katherine Angel, Dr Kate Devlin, Dr Rebecca Reilly-Cooper

In a year of heated discussions about campus rape culture and street harassment, the merits of sex positivism, and the...

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The European Union at the Crossroads: Brexit and after

Recorded on: 31 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Lord Giddens, Axelle Lemaire, Professor Margaret MacMillan

With the UK heading for Brexit, the European Union faces a historic challenge but also an opportunity to rethink its...

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Growth and Sustainability: 10 years on from the Stern Review

Recorded on: 27 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Lord Stern

What do we know about innovation, investment, cities and the global agenda, a decade after publication of The Stern...

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Women in Politics: change and continuity

Recorded on: 26 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Sarah Childs, Professor Emma Crewe, Dr Mona Morgan-Collins, Sam Smethers

Has the emergence of a woman as Prime Minister in the UK and a possible President of the US indicated a new...

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Upward Mobility, Innovation and Economic Growth

Recorded on: 26 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Raj Chetty

Professor Raj Chetty will give three lectures over three consecutive days in the 2016 Lionel Robbins Memorial Lecture...

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Policies to Improve Upward Mobility

Recorded on: 25 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Raj Chetty

Professor Raj Chetty will give three lectures over three consecutive days in the 2016 Lionel Robbins Memorial Lecture...

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Rich People Poor Countries: the rise of emerging market tycoons and their mega-firms

Recorded on: 25 October 2016

Speaker(s): Caroline Freund

Like the robber barons of the 19th century Gilded Age, a new and proliferating crop of billionaires is driving rapid...

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When Elephants Fight

Recorded on: 24 October 2016

Speaker(s): Peter Jones, Bandi Mbubi, JD Stier

#StandWithCongo presents the London premiere of When Elephants Fight, a documentary on how multinational corporations...

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The Geography of Intergenerational Mobility

Recorded on: 24 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Raj Chetty

Professor Raj Chetty will give three lectures over three consecutive days in the 2016 Lionel Robbins Memorial Lecture...

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Sociology of WE Du Bois: why Du Bois is the founder of American scientific sociology

Recorded on: 20 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Aldon Morris

In this talk Aldon Morris discusses evidence from his book, The Scholar Denied, showing Du Bois, an influential 20th...

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Who Are We? Hate, Hostility and Human Rights in a Post-Brexit World

Recorded on: 19 October 2016

Speaker(s): Martha Spurrier

Over the last decade hostile political rhetoric has been mirrored by the entrenchment of discrimination in our laws and...

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The Euro and the Battle of Ideas

Recorded on: 19 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Markus K. Brunnermeier, Professor Harold James

Why is the Euro in trouble? A string of economic difficulties in Greece, Ireland, Spain, Italy, and other Eurozone...

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Politics in Modern Arab Art

Recorded on: 18 October 2016

Speaker(s): Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi

In his lecture, UAE based writer and art collector Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi will be discussing the political undertones...

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Post Brexit Diplomacy

Recorded on: 17 October 2016

Speaker(s): Tom Fletcher

With Britain plunged into uncertainty by the EU referendum, what does this mean for European and global diplomacy? Is...

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From LEO to DeepMind: Britain's computing pioneers

Recorded on: 14 October 2016

Speaker(s): Eric Schmidt

Five years on from his 2011 MacTaggart lecture in which he traced Britain's computing heritage and called for the...

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The Despot's Accomplice: how the West is aiding and abetting the decline of democracy

Recorded on: 13 October 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Brian Klaas

For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the world is becoming less democratic. With Donald Trump a major...

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Taxing the Rich: a history of fiscal fairness in the United States and Europe

Recorded on: 12 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor David Stasavage

In today’s social climate of growing inequality, why are there not greater efforts to tax the rich? David Stasavage...

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Strengthening Global Governance for the 21st Century

Recorded on: 12 October 2016

Speaker(s): Irina Bokova

In this lecture, Irina Bokova will explore the challenges of an increasingly turbulent world, and the role of the...

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Everyday Sexism

Recorded on: 11 October 2016

Speaker(s): Laura Bates

Laura Bates will talk about the everyday sexism project, with a particular focus on students at university, and women...

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What Ever Happened to the Party of the People?

Recorded on: 11 October 2016

Speaker(s): Thomas Frank

Financial inequality is one of the biggest political issues of our time: from the Wall Street bailouts to the rise of...

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Reason and Rhetoric: the ethics of public discussion

Recorded on: 10 October 2016

Speaker(s): John Crace, Professor Catarina Dutilh Novaes, Professor William

Even in so-called ‘mature’ democracies, political discussion often turns ugly. Recently we have seen accusations of...

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Mistaken Identities

Recorded on: 6 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah

Kwame Anthony Appiah delivers the 2016 BBC Reith Lectures, focusing on four themes: colour, country, culture and creed....

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Why Washington Won't Work

Recorded on: 5 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Marc Hetherington

Marc Hetherington examines why Americans today viscerally dislike and distrust the party opposite the one they identify...

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The Worst Form of Government?

Recorded on: 5 October 2016

Speaker(s): Beatrix Campbell, Professor Peter Hallward, Dr Edward Kanterian

Winston Churchill famously described democracy as ‘the worst form of government except for all the others that have...

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The Decline of the West in the New Asian Century?

Recorded on: 4 October 2016

Speaker(s): Jonathan Fenby, Yu Jie, Gideon Rachman

Financial Times columnist Gideon Rachman discusses his new book Easternisation: War and Peace in the Asian Century....

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The Future of the Labour Party

Recorded on: 4 October 2016

Speaker(s): Andy Beckett, Professor Matthew Goodwin, Faiza Shaheen

After a summer dominated by a bruising leadership contest, what is the future for the Labour party in Brexit Britain?...

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Museums in a Global Age

Recorded on: 4 October 2016

Speaker(s): Richard Armstrong, Adrian Ellis, Tiffany Jenkins

A panel discussion considering the roles and responsibilities of museums as cultural dialogue takes on a new urgency in...

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The World's First Intensive Growth: geopolitics, the market and state in 10-12th century China

Recorded on: 3 October 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Kent Deng

China had the first intensive economic growth ever recorded in world history. What were the factors and dynamics behind...

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How Philosophy Drives Discovery: A scientist's view of Popper

Recorded on: 28 September 2016

Speaker(s): Sir Paul Nurse

In this talk, the 8th Sir Karl Popper Memorial Lecture, Sir Paul Nurse will discuss how the philosophical works of Karl...

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Women in Science: past, present, and future challenges

Recorded on: 27 September 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Patricia Fara, Professor Melissa Hines, Dr Cailin O’Connor

Despite progress in recent decades, women remain under-represented in many areas of science. Why is this, and what can...

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The Rotten Financial System (Rot $) is the Enemy. We are the Opposition, Part 1

Recorded on: 26 September 2016

Speaker(s): Vivienne Westwood

Drawing on her experience as a fashion designer and activist, Vivienne Westwood discusses how we can resist propaganda...

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The Wealth of Humans: work, power, and status in the twenty-first century

Recorded on: 26 September 2016

Speaker(s): Ryan Avent

In his new book, The Wealth of Humans: Work, Power, and Status in the Twenty-First Century, which he will discuss in...

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Arab Dreams: growing up in the shadow of dictators

Recorded on: 22 September 2016

Speaker(s): Riad Sattouf

Riad Sattouf's (@RiadSattouf) graphic novel series The Arab of the Future tells the unforgettable story of his...

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Britain after Brexit: will something continue to turn up?

Recorded on: 20 September 2016

Speaker(s): David Smith

Most economists argued against Brexit, on the grounds that it would significantly damage Britain’s economic prospects,...

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Signals and Social Consequences from Shrinkflation to Fighter Jets

Recorded on: 19 September 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Pippa Malmgren

Economics would be better served by complementing the backward looking approach inherent in algorithms, models and data...

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Politics: between the extremes

Recorded on: 15 September 2016

Speaker(s): Nick Clegg

A cautionary tale. An exposé. A defence of the centre-ground. An appeal to reason. A call to arms. An honest account...

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Anti-Semitism in the Modern Age

Recorded on: 7 September 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Yehuda Bauer

Professor Bauer will explore the fault lines and distinctions between radical criticism of the Israeli government's...

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The Euro: and its threat to Europe

Recorded on: 30 August 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Joseph Stiglitz

In his new book The Euro: And its Threat to Europe, Nobel Prize-winning economist and bestselling author Joseph...

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Tough Rides: Brazil

Recorded on: 4 August 2016

Speaker(s): Ryan Pyle

Join adventurer and TV presenter, Ryan Pyle as he talks about his two months traveling through the most remote and...

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Power and Pragmatism

Recorded on: 25 July 2016

Speaker(s): Sir Malcolm Rifkind

For almost forty years, Malcolm Rifkind served at the forefront of British politics. In this lecture, Sir Malcolm will...

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Growing Trade the Progressive Way

Recorded on: 14 July 2016

Speaker(s): Chrystia Freeland

In a world of growing protectionist trends, how can trade respond to the concerns of people who feel they were left...

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The Rise and Fall of Nations

Recorded on: 12 July 2016

Speaker(s): Ruchir Sharma

Ruchir Sharma explores the forces triggering political revolts and economic slowdowns in every major region. By...

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The Hidden Wealth of Nations

Recorded on: 30 June 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Gabriel Zucman

This lecture will discuss how big the wealth hidden in offshore tax havens is, what are the consequences for...

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The Welfare Trait: how state benefits affect personality

Recorded on: 29 June 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Adam Perkins, Dr Kitty Stewart

In this lecture Dr Perkins argues that welfare policies which increase the number of children born into disadvantaged...

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After the EU Referendum: What Next for Britain and Europe?

Recorded on: 29 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Simon Hix

Presented by the Harold Laski Chair and Professor of Political Science, Simon Hix, this lecture will discuss the...

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Globalisation, Migration and the Future of the Middle Classes

Recorded on: 27 June 2016

Speaker(s): Branko Milanovic

The talk will discuss empirically recent changes in global income distribution, creation of a “global middle class”,...

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The Secret of Our Success

Recorded on: 22 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Joseph Henrich

The ability of human groups to socially interconnect and learn from one another has allowed us to create ingenious...

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Protecting South Africa's fragile democracy

Recorded on: 21 June 2016

Speaker(s): Mmusi Maimane, Dr Kate Orkin

The institutions of South Africa’s democracy are under strain, making the miracle of South Africa’s democracy more...

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Endless Endeavours: from the 1866 women's suffrage petition to the Fawcett Society

Recorded on: 21 June 2016

Speaker(s): Elizabeth Crawford, Dr Ann Dingsdale, Jane Grant

Some people are inclined to begin a subdued kind of agitation for the franchise: the evolution of the women’s suffrage...

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Thinking in Public: philosophy, politics and the public

Recorded on: 16 June 2016

Speaker(s): Catherine Audard, Professor Geoffrey Bennington, Professor François Noudelman

What does it mean to take philosophy beyond academia and into the public sphere? What is the value of philosophy in the...

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The European Union: a citizen's guide

Recorded on: 15 June 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Chris Bickerton

For most of us today, 'Europe' refers to the European Union. At the centre of a seemingly never-ending crisis, the EU...

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Alternatives to Austerity?

Recorded on: 9 June 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Laura Bear, Anna Coote, Dr Andrea Muehlebach, Dr Carly Schuster

This panel discussion will look beyond the present into a future without austerity. Participants will discuss the...

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Fawcett at 150: new horizons or same old battles? What future for feminism?

Recorded on: 9 June 2016

Speaker(s): Sam Smethers

Discover the present and future feminist agenda for the Fawcett Society, reflections on progress achieved, what we...

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The Case for Brexit: why Britain should quit the EU

Recorded on: 8 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Alan Sked

This talk will include an analysis of the failings of the EU and the advantages of Brexit. Alan Sked is Emeritus...

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Equal Rights and Equal Dignity of Human Beings

Recorded on: 6 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Tariq Ramadan

In our globalised world, pluralism is a fact and equality, a hope. We need to start with the basic statement reminding...

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Tales of the Unexpected: gender equality and social progress in Bangladesh

Recorded on: 3 June 2016

Speaker(s): Juli Huang, Professor David Lewis, Professor Amartya Sen

This panel will discuss why gender indicators for Bangladesh have shown a marked improvement despite various...

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Growth Challenges in Fragile States

Recorded on: 2 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Tim Besley, Professor Sir Paul Collier

This panel of experts will explore the major challenges that state fragility poses for creating an environment...

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UN - to be fit for purpose

Recorded on: 2 June 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Igor Lukšić

Many believe that this is by far the best time in history a human being can be born. Growing life expectancies, ever...

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The UK and Europe: an insider's view

Recorded on: 2 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Jonathan Faull

Jonathan Faull (@FaullJonathan) has worked in senior positions across the European Commission for most of the period of...

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Industrial Development – China and Africa

Recorded on: 1 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Chang-Tai Hsieh, Professor John Sutton

This panel of experts will explore the strengths and pitfalls of China’s growth model and the lessons for African...

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Misbehaving: the making of behavioural economics

Recorded on: 1 June 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Richard H Thaler

Richard Thaler, described by The Spectator as ‘the godfather of behavioural economics’, will be in conversation with...

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Stop Bombing Hospitals: Medecins Sans Frontieres and the protection of medical space

Recorded on: 31 May 2016

Speaker(s): Vickie Hawkins, Dr Stuart Gordon

MSF has witnessed first-hand the impact that violations have on the civilian population and infrastructure including...

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The History of China's Future

Recorded on: 26 May 2016

Speaker(s): Isabel Hilton, Dr Leigh Jenco, Professor Jeffrey Wasserstrom

In China, history isn't just about the past - it shapes the future. With the rise of China over the past four decades,...

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Slippery Slope: Europe's troubled future

Recorded on: 26 May 2016

Speaker(s): Giles Merritt

Slippery Slope is far from the usual run of uncritical EU-related studies. Its aim is to set alarm bells ringing across...

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Challenging Inequalities

Recorded on: 25 May 2016

Speaker(s): Shami Chakrabarti, Duncan Green, Phumeza Mlungwana

This panel will debate different approaches to addressing key inequalities. Shami Chakrabarti is the Former Director of...

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Cities for a Small Continent

Recorded on: 24 May 2016

Speaker(s): Professor Bruce Katz, Professor Anne Power

Cities for a Small Continent is an international handbook, drawing together 10 years of ground-level research into the...

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In Conversation with Steve Schwarzman

Recorded on: 23 May 2016

Speaker(s): Stephen A Schwarzman

This event will be a wide ranging discussion and interview with Mr Schwarzman about his life and career. Mr Schwarzman...

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The Single EU Capital Market: progress and challenges

Recorded on: 23 May 2016

Speaker(s): Jonathan Hill

The development of a single capital market in Europe is one of the major undertakings of the Juncker Commission....

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Somalia's Foreign Policy Priorities

Recorded on: 20 May 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Abdusalam H Omer

In this lecture the Foreign Minister will present Somalia's newly adopted foreign policy. He will also discuss the...

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Surveillance and the Public Sphere: confronting a democratic dilemma

Recorded on: 19 May 2016

Speaker(s): Oscar H Gandy Jr, Professor Louise Amoore

The increasingly precise segmentation and targeting of commercial messages has been enabled in large part through the...

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Politics Beyond Interest: ethics, kinship and the collective self in Argentine labour unions

Recorded on: 19 May 2016

Speaker(s): Dr Sian Lazar

Taking inspiration from how Malinowski approached exchange, magic and law, Dr Lazar explores some of the realms of...

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