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These podcasts are a call to action to make the world the kind of place we want to live in and where future generations can thrive. Our hope is to provoke conversation, and gently challenge perhaps long-held beliefs about the way the world works and the people in that world. If you want ideas to create positive change in families, communities and countries, listen now - everything matters, everything counts.

Creating the World We Want to Live In Sue Roffey

    • Society & Culture

These podcasts are a call to action to make the world the kind of place we want to live in and where future generations can thrive. Our hope is to provoke conversation, and gently challenge perhaps long-held beliefs about the way the world works and the people in that world. If you want ideas to create positive change in families, communities and countries, listen now - everything matters, everything counts.

    Episode 3: Economics & Politics

    Episode 3: Economics & Politics

    Professor Isaac Pilleltensky and David Roffey in conversation: all of  the issues raised in the book Creating the World We Want to Live In exist within the wider system of the  economy and the governments that try to manage it. We need to  find ways of working together to change the world. 

    • 33 min
    Episode 2: Education

    Episode 2: Education

    Professor Isaac Pilleltensky and Dr Sue Roffey in conversation  about the second chapter of the book, on education. Following on from the Childhood discussion in Episode 1, they discuss what we need to change for an education system that is fit for purpose for the 21st Century and enables all children and young people to thrive.

    • 28 min
    Episode 1: Childhood

    Episode 1: Childhood

    Professor Isaac Pilleltensky and Dr Sue Roffey in conversation about the first chapter of the book on childhood. They discuss raising children not only to have wellbeing themselves but also to become caring, community-minded, open to discovering what gives them meaning in life, and motivated to take responsibility for positive change.

    • 27 min

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