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The Spirit Level

The latest book I finished reading is The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger by Richard G. Wilkinson and Kate Pickett. This book is a comprehensive study about inequality and the impacts to societies as a whole. 556 more words

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Democracy, Inequality and Power is the theme of our 2015 Policy & Politics conference

Join us at the Marriott Royal Hotel in Bristol on 15th and 16th September to debate the relationship between democracy, inequality and power. This year will mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta providing an opportunity to reflect on the failures and successes of democratic policy and politics in the UK and around the world. 482 more words

Policy & Politics

Policy & Politics 2015 – A Year to Remember

by Felicity Matthews, Associate Editor of Policy and Politics

Happy New Year, everyone!  I don’t know about you, but I am so looking forward to having a quiet and uneventful 2015.  830 more words

Policy & Politics

Why Equality is Better for Everyone

Why don’t tenants tidy their front gardens or their balconies? Why are poor people fat? Why is fatness catching and travelling up the ‘ranks’? Why are people in the UK suffering from income-related depression when if they went to Africa they would look like millionaires? 92 more words

Politics

More or Less, Unequal

The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger is a book by Richard G. Wilkinson and Kate Pickett. It was published in 2009. With every publishing house, the book’s sub-title changed from… 646 more words

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August 26 was Women’s Equality Day.

Cor, typical women, eh fellas? Hogging all the equality. When do we get to be equal? Never, I expect. 1,626 more words

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Some Occupy Movement Hopes

 Los Angeles, 13 October 2011

Mario: The current system is broken. We need a new way to live.

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