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Vinay Gupta joins us to discuss pathways towards a radical restructuring of society.
Robyn Eckersley joins us to discuss green political theory and the future of the state and democracy in a context of climate emergency.
Zak Stein drops in to help us make sense of the global educational crisis and possible responses at scale.
Sophie Harman joins us to discuss global health, making films and seeing politics through the eyes of others.
Daniel Schmachtenberger joins us to discuss existential risk, exponential curves and why a phase shift to a new world system is inevitable.
Patrick Ophuls explains why we must embrace a politics of ecology which respects planetary limits.
Richard Falk joins us to reflect on a career spanning 70 years as a “citizen pilgrim” combining academic work and political activism.
Jonathan Rowson joins us for our first Podclass to discuss his recent essay on the future of human rights in the 21st Century.
Professor Susan K. Sell reflects on a scholarly career at the forefront of shining a light on the use and misuse of global private power.
Why is asking the right questions so important? What is a good basis of choice? We discuss this and much more with the multi-talented Forrest Landry.
Scott Williams joins us for a deep dive into what it means to live in right relationship in times of systemic and accelerating risk.
Systems journalist Nafeez Ahmed joins us to discuss why it is so important to draw on systems thinking to understand global politics.
Environmental lawyer Farhana Yamin speaks about the green activist imperative as we enter a crucial decade for climate action.
Jordan Hall explores the inadequacies of having had, since the dawn of civilisation, one fundamental toolkit to respond to problems larger than human scale.
Professor Mark Maslin (UCL) joins us to discuss climate action in 2020 and what a decisive political response to the climate emergency might look like.
UN Special Rapporteur Mary Lawlor speaks about the challenge of protecting human rights and those defending them.