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Older public event podcasts and videos
In addition to the podcasts listed here a catalogue of more than six hundred public event podcasts and videos dating from 1990 to 2006 can be found in the LSE Digital Library.

Forthcoming events
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LSE Festival 2018 | Beveridge's Sixth Giant

Recorded on: 19 February 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Sam Fankhauser, Professor Fawaz Gerges, Professor Naila Kabeer, Professor Mary Kaldor, Professor Lord Layard

Beveridge's "Five Giants" remain central issues in discussions about the welfare state today, but there are also new...

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LSE Festival 2018 | Our Automated Future: utopia or dystopia?

Recorded on: 19 February 2018

Speaker(s): Salonie Hiriyur, Laura-Jane Silverman, Dhruv Washishth

For the younger generations considering their future career options, are the technological advances transforming the...

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LSE Festival 2018 | The Five Giants and the Ministers who Made a Difference

Recorded on: 19 February 2018

Speaker(s): Nicholas Timmins, Professor Sir Julian Le Grand, Minouche Shafik

Five tools and massive programmes were adopted to tackle Beveridge's "Five Giants": A policy of full employment; a...

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Can Literature Solve Poverty?

Recorded on: 15 February 2018

Speaker(s): Kit de Waal, Paul McVeigh, Dr Aaron Reeves

In the run up to the LSE Festival: Beveridge 2.0, rethinking the welfare state for the 21st Century, we bring together...

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At the Limits of Urban Theory: racial banishment in the contemporary city

Recorded on: 13 February 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Ananya Roy

In cities around the world, especially in the United States, processes of socio-spatial restructuring continue to...

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Is God Really Dead? Why Belief Matters

Recorded on: 12 February 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Eileen Barker, Professor Conor Gearty

Thirty years after founding INFORM, the information network on religious movements, Eileen Barker argues that the...

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Academic Freedom and the New Populism

Recorded on: 8 February 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Michael Ignatieff

A new ‘populism’ is evident in a variety of countries. Experts and expertise are attacked as standing in the way of the...

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Truth and Lies about Poverty

Recorded on: 8 February 2018

Speaker(s): Stephen Armstrong, Alex Wheatle, Ros Taylor, Ros Wynne-Jones

In this event, aimed at school children aged 13-18, a panel of speakers discuss how we tell the truth about the people...

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100 Years of Votes for Women: an LSE Law celebration

Recorded on: 6 February 2018

Speaker(s): Baroness Chakrabarti, Baroness Hale, Professor Nicola Lacey

On February 6th 1918, with the coming into force of the Representation of the People Act, women were by law first given...

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70: rejuvenate or retire?

Recorded on: 5 February 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Francesca Klug

At the beginning of the year in which the UDHR’s 70 birthday will be commemorated around the globe, Francesca Klug...

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How do People Really Think about Climate Change?

Recorded on: 1 February 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Cass Sunstein

How does new information about climate change impact our existing beliefs? Cass Sunstein identifies some surprising...

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What do the Italian Elections Mean for Europe?

Recorded on: 31 January 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Francesco Caselli, Lorenzo Codogno, Miriam Sorace

Italy will hold its next general election no later than spring 2018. What are the potential outcomes and likely...

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Crisis Politics and the Challenge of Intersectional Solidarity

Recorded on: 31 January 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Akwugo Emejulu

How might we transform the ways in which we think about ‘crisis’, ‘activism’ and 'solidarity'? <br><br>Drawing on her...

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The Politics of Marriage

Recorded on: 31 January 2018

Speaker(s): Dr Clare Chambers, Sir Paul Coleridge, Peter Tatchell

Marriage is an odd mix of sex, religion, and politics. Our speakers ask what marriage is and whether there is there any...

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A World of Food in Change

Recorded on: 30 January 2018

Speaker(s): Michael La Cour

Michael La Cour will in this lecture discuss the role and responsibility of corporations in addressing the challenges...

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Development Collective Know-how and Us

Recorded on: 29 January 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Ricardo Hausmann

The difference between rich and poor countries is mostly explained by differences in “technology”. But what is...

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Ground Down by Growth: tribe, caste, class and inequality in 21st century India

Recorded on: 25 January 2018

Speaker(s): Professor Philippe Bourgois, Dr Jens Lerche, Dr Alpa Shah

Our panel examines how economic growth in India entrenches social difference of tribe, caste and class and has...

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Megatrends: predicting the future to reinvent today

Recorded on: 25 January 2018

Speaker(s): Shane Wall

Our planet’s pace of change is at lightning speed. How do we stay ahead of the curve to innovate, adapt, reinvent and...

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The Despot's Apprentice: Donald Trump's attack on democracy

Recorded on: 24 January 2018

Speaker(s): Dr Brian Klaas

Donald Trump isn't a despot. But he is increasingly acting like a despot's apprentice. An expert on authoritarianism,...

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Being Alone

Recorded on: 24 January 2018

Speaker(s): Professor John Burnside,Professor Barbara Taylor,Professor James Warren

‘Hell is other people’, noted Jean Paul Sartre—rather rudely, it might seem to an outside observer. But is the pursuit...

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