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The LSE Festival took place from Monday 1 - Saturday 6 March, exploring the direction the world could and should be taking after the crisis. Watch the event live stream recordings and short films or download our Festival podcasts.
Download the podcast of Minouche Shafik's book launch with Amartya Sen and Juan Manuel Santos
Aliya Rao explores how unemployment reinforces gender inegalitarian norms and behaviours.
From research to global policy response
LSE research, blogs, videos and more
Professor Desmond King, Mark Landler, Professor Paula D. McClain and Professor Theda Skocpol
Kate Bell and Deborah Hargreaves
Professor Sir Tim Besley, Professor Maria Petmesidou and Professor Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos
Baroness Tyler, Lord O'Donnell, Professor Lord Layard and Alan Jope
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RT @LSEHealthPolicy: “Future pandemic response plans must be gender-mainstreamed to recognise inequalities across all marginalised groups,…
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🎧: What should a social contract for the 21st century look like?
Listen to this SHORTCAST with Baroness Shafik,… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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