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Release Date: 02/19/2021

Compassion In Politics with Darren McGarvey (Loki) show art Compassion In Politics with Darren McGarvey (Loki)

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Orwell Prize winning author, musician, and TV presenter Darren McGarvey aka 'Loki' joins us to discuss class, the origins of and attempts to solve poverty, and the problem of tribalism in politics - plus much more. This podcast is produced by Compassion in Politics, the think tank that works to bring more compassion into public life and is distributed by The Real Agenda Network of podcasts for progressive change. www.compassioninpolitics.com www.realagenda.org

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Network News, from The Real Agenda Network features the news on the good work being carried out by determined campaigning groups in The Real Agenda Network

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Radix: Do we need to increase taxes to pay for Covid Debt? show art Radix: Do we need to increase taxes to pay for Covid Debt?

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Does Britain need to increase taxes to pay for Covid debt?. In this live event in the new Civil Disagreement series from Radix, we have Randy Wray, a proponent of Modern Monetary Theory, a controversial school of economic thought, & Paul de Grauwe, a mainstream economist. We come to a civil agreement; that we don’t need to increase taxes right now, but civilly disagree about how the economy works. This podcast is produced by Radix www.radix.org & distributed by The Real Agenda Network www.realagenda.or

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Inequality and mental health 2.0: The lived experience with May Gabriel show art Inequality and mental health 2.0: The lived experience with May Gabriel

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May Gabriel the founder and CEO at It's OK campaign talks with Wanda Wyporska of The Equality Trust. In a powerful and candid interview, May discusses her personal struggles with mental health, how mental health impacts inequality and what we can do to support young people who are suffering. Inequality Bites is produced by The Equality Trust www.equalitytrust.org.uk distributed by The Real Agenda Network www.realagenda.org Music: Isatta Sheriff.

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Taxcast: How secrecy kills: The Beirut Explosion show art Taxcast: How secrecy kills: The Beirut Explosion

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The terrible Beirut explosion and how the story of tracing those responsible tells us everything that’s wrong with our world.

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Network News bulletin 19 Feb show art Network News bulletin 19 Feb

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Network News, from The Real Agenda Network brings you the news from campaigning groups in The Real Agenda Network. In this bulletin you will hear news about the Compassion Academy, Devolving Democracy, how it is “All Bloody Complicated” and being nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for your campaigning work. Plus does innovation come from the creative minds of entrepreneurial genius, or the government, really! Plus how you could double you money. Produced by the Real Agenda Network. www.realagenda.org

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Compassion in Politics with Dr Nina Ansary show art Compassion in Politics with Dr Nina Ansary

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Dr Nina Ansary, a visiting Fellow at the LSE, UN Women Champion for Innovation, and the author of two ground-breaking books on feminism and female equity, talks about overcoming divisions, the global history of the feminist movement, & the power of cultural myths and stories. This podcast is produced by Compassion in Politics, that seeks to bring more compassion into public life & is distributed by The Real Agenda Network of podcasts for progressive change. www.compassioninpolitics.com www.realagenda.org

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IPPR Economic Justice Podcast 5: Not cashless, but less cash: Economic justice &  digital revolution in finance show art IPPR Economic Justice Podcast 5: Not cashless, but less cash: Economic justice & digital revolution in finance

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The digital revolution in finance is changing the economy, but are we heading towards a cashless society? And how can the digital transition be more just? Host Carys Roberts is joined by IPPR Economic Analyst Rachel Statham & Marloes Nicholls, Head of Programmes at the Finance Innovation Lab. This episode of the Economic Justice Podcast was first released in February May 2020 & is produced by the Institute of Public Policy Research www.ippr.org, now available on The Real Agenda Network. www.realagenda.org

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XR 9:  XR takes on the Finance Sector show art XR 9: XR takes on the Finance Sector

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Economics is not a side show in our lives. We talk to Vince Knowles and Rathbone Greenbank Investments about the investment industry; Profs Alvin Birdi & Chris Preist about the insurance industry; and XR Money Rebellion about what you can do. Recorded at XR Finance event 7 March 2020 and produced by Jessica Townsend & Bill Leuty for www.extinctionrebellion.uk, distributed by The Real Agenda Network, podcasts for progressive change: www.realagenda.org

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Compass 31: Inequality with Danny Dorling show art Compass 31: Inequality with Danny Dorling

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We’re delighted to welcome academic, author, social commentator, and human cartographer Danny Dorling to this episode (recorded in November 2020). The conversation roamed over many topics, from Biden and Covid, to Finland and Extinction Rebellion. It’s Bloody Complicated podcast is created by Compass www.compassonline.org.uk which campaigns for a Good Society, now available on The Real Agenda Network. www.realagenda.org

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Network News, from The Real Agenda Network features the news on the good work being carried out by determined campaigning groups in The Real Agenda Network, those organisations working hard to bring social and economic change, where prosperity which we all helped to create, is shared by all, not just the few. In this bulletin we will hear news about the Compassion Academy, Devolving Democracy, how it is “All Bloody Complicated” and how might you feel if you were nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for your campaigning work. Plus does innovation comes from the creative minds of entrepreneurial genius, or the government, really! Plus how you could double you money. News is read by Tom Burgess and produced by the Real Agenda Network Find out more www.realagenda.org or contact us at [email protected]