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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.
Professor Jules Pretty
24 June 2021
Intern story: supporting Refugee Action Colchester
Dr Carlos Gigoux Gramegna
17 June 2021
26 May 2021
Police mistrust keeps hitting unequal societies but there are ways to restore confidence
Dr Carlos Solar
12 May 2021
Professor Pamela Cox, Department of Sociology co-authors a blog on what is the job of the Victims' Commissioner with Dr Ruth Lamont, University of Manchester
26 March 2021
Dr Anna Sergi discussed the Maxi Trial and its relationship with the village of Limbadi
Dr Anna Sergi
10 March 2021
Mandatory remote teaching could reduce inequality during the pandemic
04 February 2021
A review of the role of the Victims' Commissioner has found the victims of crime are being failed
History students Lily Davis (3rd Year BA History) and Lauren Young (3rd Year BA History and Sociology) discuss an event held by the Department of History at Essex on the topic of Decolonising the Curriculum.
Department of History
03 November 2020
Billions have been lost in tax to fake self-employment and many registered as self-employed will struggle to get state aid.
Professor Mark Harvey
14 May 2020