Inequalities are also a health-related issue – not only in Liverpool. The poorest are living an average of 17 years shorter than those well off. But why is it, that inequalities in health are greater now than at any times since the 1920s?
We have also created an interactive multimedia version from this lecture, showing the video recording of the whole talk and animated slides in Flash format:
Inequality turns out to be one of the big issues during this year’s general election campaigns – not least triggered by recently published report on An Anatomy of Economic Inequality in the UK. Here are some more thoughts and insights on the topic, based on the book Injustice: why social inequality persists (to be released in May 2010):
Slideshare shows a modified version to make the full text of all slides available. The slideshow is also available for download in its original PowerPoint format here: