Commenting on the release of the report on the UK by Professor Philip Alston, UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, Dr Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust said:
18th January 2019
Ahead of Davos, Kensington and Chelsea hosts Speaking to Power Festival as part of global mobilisation against inequality
2019 kicks off with a hard hitting piece of activist art discussing racism, developed and created by young people on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th January.
We know that our very high level of inequality divides the UK and weakens the social bonds between us. We were, therefore, pleased to make a submission to the APPG on Social Integration's Inquiry into Intergenerational Connection. Our conclusions read as follows:
Most people who live in Cambridge probably have a better idea of what life is like in San Francisco than they do of what life is like ten miles down the road.
A short film produced by Cambridge Varsity, the University of Cambridge's independent student newspaper, which examines contrasting levels of poverty and wealth within the 'town and gown' city and its surrounding areas.