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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
Taking Riace – and Domenico Lucano's sentence - seriously
Dr Anna Sergi
15 October 2021
How can we better prepare for disasters and how can we improve our response? Professor Jules Pretty from the University of Essex and journalist Martha Dixon speak to experts from the University of Essex and the organisations at the frontline of disaster response.
07 October 2021
Joined up effort: the military’s role in tackling COVID-19
Dr Carlos Solar
10 August 2021
Relationship between big tech and policing is shielded behind commercial confidentiality
Dr Katerina Hadjimatheou
04 August 2021
Factories of the future: we’re spending heavily to give workers skills they won’t need by 2030
Professor John Preston
03 August 2021
Blog explaining how review of Victim’s Commissioner powers led to some Victims’ Law policy proposal recommendations
Professor Maurice Sunkin
12 July 2021
The latest episode of the Louder Than Words Podcast is lookat inequality. What happens to people who end up at the wrong end of an unequal society? How do we help them? Professor Jules Pretty and Martha Dixon will look at research taking the long view and finding out how history can help us break cycles of poverty and depravation. They will also look at simple solutions which narrow the gap.
24 June 2021
Intern story: supporting Refugee Action Colchester
Dr Carlos Gigoux Gramegna
17 June 2021
What happened when Italy criminalised environmental protest
Dr Anna Di Ronco
14 May 2021