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In the latest episode of the Louder than Words Podcast, Professor Jules Pretty journalist Martha Dixon look at surveillance and the impact on our modern lives. Academics from the University of Essex explain how they are contributing to the debate; helping people understand their rights and also trying to work alongside innovators to explain the implications of their technology.
Professor Jules Pretty
21 October 2021
Listen to the latest episode of the Louder Than Words Podcast to discover the story of inventor and radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi. Essex historians are now helping uncover new materials in the Marconi archive and finding new ways to engage the community in their discoveries.
30 September 2021
Listen to the latest episode of the Louder Than Words Podcast to discover the story of the Warner Textile Archive and how historians are helping the public understand the impact of a pioneering manufacturing company.
23 September 2021
The latest episode of the Louder Than Words looks at the impact of brain injury. How do we find out more about more about the problems survivors face? What needs to change in the way we support them live their lives?
08 July 2021
In the third episode of Louder Than Words Professor Jules Pretty and Martha Dixon look at changing attitudes to mental health and how that is having an impact on healthcare, education and support for young people.
27 May 2021
In our second episode Professor Jules Pretty and journalist Martha Dixon, take you on a journey to discover why we need to learn from our past in uncovering the global impact of migration on our people and our land. Our speakers have direct experience of migration and the impact it has had on their lives. We discuss why this is such an important issue and why we need to learn from the past to look forward.
12 May 2021
Professor Jules Pretty and journalist Martha Dixon, talk to some of the world’s leading climate experts about their work to fight climate change and to those who use this research to influence policy and engage the public. Contributors include writer and poet Andri Snaer Magnasson; Dr Michelle Taylor and Professor Graham Underwood from the University of Essex; CEO of the UK’s World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) Tanya Steele; environmentalist and company director Simon Lyster and young activist Hattie who is a WWF Youth Ambassador.
29 April 2021
22 April 2021
This blog is an extract from a longer blog by Professor Peter Beresford and Mark Harrison, who have agreed to an edited version for the Centre for Public Engagement.
Professor Peter Beresford
15 October 2020
In this blog, Professor Clara Sandoval-Villalba, highlights how engagement is vital for achieving positive results in cases of serious violations of human rights.
Professor Clara Sandoval-Villalba
26 August 2020