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20 Mar 2023
Nicola Sturgeon reflects on lessons learned as leader of an ambitious small nation taking a progressive agenda to the world stage, during a period of complex national and global challenges.
16 Mar 2023
One of the world's leading economic journalists, Rana Foroohar, argues that the era of globalisation must give way to a new, place-based economics for the 21st century.
09 Mar 2023
Leading experts from the worlds of evolutionary psychology and business management, Tracey Camilleri, Samantha Rockey and Robin Dunbar talk through the concept of ‘the social brain’ and what it can teach us about how human groups function.
07 Mar 2023
Can we bridge the divide from dominant educational models to a new approach, where personal, social and ecological wellbeing is at the very heart of how we teach and learn? With regenerative educators Satish Kumar, Rachel Musson and Ben Rawlence.
02 Mar 2023
Award-winning engineer and broadcaster Roma Agrawal deconstructs our most complex feats of engineering into seven fundamental inventions that have changed our lives in dramatic ways.
27 Feb 2023
2022 Nobel Peace Laureate and director of the Center for Civil Liberties Oleksandra Matviichuk explores how we might strengthen global solidarity and create new alliances for the protection of human rights and the restoration of justice to bring peace to Ukraine, and the world.
23 Feb 2023
Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, follows the £1 trillion it now costs to run the UK economy, exploring where the money comes from, how it’s spent and what reforms might be needed to prepare for future challenges.
21 Feb 2023
World-leading economist Professor Mariana Mazzucato and the Hon Mia Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados, come together for a unique opportunity to hear two global trailblazers discuss what it means for governments to lead a just green transition.
17 Feb 2023
Alex Niven, leading voice on the North, takes a fresh look at the roots of the North-South divide and sets out a vision for how the region can unlock a more rebalanced future of promise and potential.
09 Feb 2023
Bafta-nominated film director Georgia Oakley, author Paul Baker, and educators Catherine Lee and Bennie Kara explore and celebrate 20 years of social change movements that shaped progress towards a more inclusive education in the UK.
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