Celebrated political adviser Alex Evans explores how tomorrow’s activists are using stories and myths to generate global change.
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Our group of expert reviewers – historian and author of The Silk Roads Peter Frankopan; academic and cultural critic Sarah Churchwell and political scientist Matthew Goodwin - reflect on what has been a turbulent year in ...
Economist Robert Frank shows how a more accurate understanding of the role of chance in our lives can lead to better, fairer economies and societies.
Lucy Crehan, teacher and education consultant, reveals insights from the top-performing education systems around the world.
Peter Tatchell shares insights from decades of campaigning for social equality and LGBT rights.
Stephen Bampfylde, Sir Charlie Mayfield and Sacha Romanovitch explore the relationship between employee share ownership, business ethics and effectiveness.
Renowned social psychologist Jonathan Haidt explains why both left and right must abandon their entrenched beliefs about capitalism.
An panel of commentators and experts gather to consider the implications of the historic US election result
Economist Fredrik Erixon and strategist Bjorn Weigel argue that capitalism has lost its mojo, just when innovation is needed more than ever.
Chief Executive of the Electoral Reform Society Katie Ghose joins an expert panel to discuss how we can improve the quality of public discussion about the economy.