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The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is the UK’s leading progressive think tank.

    Economic Justice for Wales - with Mark Drakeford AM

    Economic Justice for Wales - with Mark Drakeford AM

    First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford AM speaks at IPPR's Economic Justice for Wales event
    The IPPR Commission on Economic Justice made the case for radical economic reform. IPPR is now embarking on a series of regional events engaging local policy communities and the wider public to discuss how the Commission’s findings can improve prosperity and economic justice for the regions and nations of the UK.
    Find out more and attend an event near you at http://ippr.org/cej

    • 24 min
    Economic Justice for the North West - with Andy Burnham and Steve Rotheram

    Economic Justice for the North West - with Andy Burnham and Steve Rotheram

    Listen to Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham, Liverpool Mayor Steve Rotheram and our panel of experts discuss what economic justice means for the North West

    • 42 min
    Economic Justice for the North East - with Mayor Jamie Driscoll

    Economic Justice for the North East - with Mayor Jamie Driscoll

    The IPPR Commission on Economic Justice made the case for radical economic reform. IPPR is now embarking on a series of regional events engaging local policy communities and the wider public to discuss how the Commission’s findings can improve prosperity and economic justice for the regions and nations of the UK.
    This week we’ve been in Newcastle discussing what economic justice means for the North East with newly elected North of Tyne Mayor Jamie Driscoll.
    Find out more and attend an event at ippr.org/cej

    • 25 min
    Paul Mason at IPPR - Clear Bright Future

    Paul Mason at IPPR - Clear Bright Future

    Paul Mason speaks about his new book 'Clear Bright Future' on artificial intelligence and the future of humanity. Paul also discussed the rise of the new right, philosophy, globalisation and Corbynism.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Diversity in the media

    Diversity in the media

    Trevor Phillips OBE and Deborah Williams in conversation, chaired by Su-Mei Thompson at the IPPR Oxford Media Convention 2019. 
    Trevor Phillips is a writer and producer. He is the Chairman of Index on Censorship, a director of the Barbican Arts Centre, a Vice-President of the Royal Television Society and was founding chair o the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
    Deborah Williams is CEO of The Creative Diversity Network, which brings together organisations across the UK television industry to promote, celebrate and share good practice around the diversity agenda.
    Su-Mei Thompson is chief executive of the Media Trust, a charity that works with the creative and media industry to give marginalised groups a stronger voice.
    Find out more ippr.org or @IPPR

    • 41 min
    Reform Gambling - Speech by Tom Watson MP

    Reform Gambling - Speech by Tom Watson MP

    IPPR hosted a speech by deputy Labour leader Tom Watson MP on online gambling; its regulation; types of online gambling products; the exposure of these products to young people and the potential harm that comes from their use. 
    His speech is followed by responses from Conservative peer Lord Chadlington and Professor Siân Griffiths OBE, deputy chair of GambleAware. The event is chaired by IPPR director Tom Kibasi.

    • 44 min

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