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The 93% Club and Tackling Elitism: Social Inequality at University

The 93% Club and Tackling Elitism: Social Inequality at University

March 29, 2021

In this episode, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Lauren Galligan talk to Sharan & Daniel from the student group Tackling Elitism and Lucie & Jorja from the student society The 93% Club. The discussion focuses on the class divide found throughout British universities as well the problems, such as Edinburgh Uni's detrimental cuts to bursaries, which have been worsened by the pandemic 

People Know How and Digital Poverty

People Know How and Digital Poverty

March 22, 2021

In this episode, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Fiona McDonald talk to Claudia and James from the charity People Know How about digital poverty and its solutions, including their new 'Connectivity Now' campaign  

www.peopleknowhow.org/connectivity-now

Edinburgh University History Society & HCA discussing Institutionalised Racism

Edinburgh University History Society & HCA discussing Institutionalised Racism

February 19, 2021

In this episode, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Edinburgh University History Society's Lucy Parfitt hold the School of History, Classics and Archaeology to account on institutionalised racism, Eurocentrism and BAME under-representation

EUSA President and VP: Student life in a pandemic

EUSA President and VP: Student life in a pandemic

February 10, 2021

Starting a new series, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Caroline Broe interview the President and Vice President (Activities and Services) of Edinburgh University Student Association about mental health, student life and how the university and union are responding to the pandemic. 

Professor Lindsay Paterson: Education Policy at the University of Edinburgh

Professor Lindsay Paterson: Education Policy at the University of Edinburgh

June 30, 2020

This week, Ailie Ross-Oliver and Jack Liddall spoke to Lindsay Paterson, Professor of Education Policy at the University of Edinburgh, about education policy during and after COVID-19. 

 

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Andrew Wilson: Representation, Mental Health and Universities

Andrew Wilson: Representation, Mental Health and Universities

June 21, 2020

This week, Ailie Ross-Oliver and Felix Pawlyn spoke to former EUSA President Andrew Wilson about diversity at universities as well as mental health provision, fees and Brexit.

Ian Murray: Universities, Racism and Scotland

Ian Murray: Universities, Racism and Scotland

June 12, 2020

In the first episode of a new series, Ailie Ross-Oliver and Albie Mills interview Ian Murray MP about racism, universities and Scottish politics.

Inclusivity and Higher Education

Inclusivity and Higher Education

December 1, 2019

In this week's episode, Ailie and her guests discuss representational inequalities at universities from social and economic perspectives.

Economics and Wellbeing

Economics and Wellbeing

November 8, 2019

This week, Mia and her guests discuss the role that human wellbeing has to play in economics and how we can shape an economy that works for everyone in the future. 

Body acceptance and physical health
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