Monthly Archives: October 2018

‘To trust each other again, we need to become more equal’, by Larry Elliot

One of the (many) consequences of economic inequality in societies: mistrust. Elliot explains it here, focusing on US and Britain as examples of the growing economic inequalities at present. Larry Elliot: ‘To trust each other again, we need to become … Continue reading

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Food for thought: a TED talk by Richard Wilkinson on the harming of economic inequalities in societies

Have you ever wondered why we should try to reduce wealth inequalities in societies?¬†Here I leave you with a very thought provoking talk by Richard G. Wilkinson,¬†emeritus Professor of social epidemiology at the University of Nottingham, where he shows us … Continue reading

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