Exponential Inequalities Series: A Compilation

by | Jul 4, 2022

Human rights experts tell stories of inequalities from around the world, revealing how these inequalities have been exacerbated during crises like the COVID-19 pandemic. This four-part series takes a deep dive into whether equality law is cut out to protect the most vulnerable in times of crisis, and if not, then why not and what can we do about it? This podcast series is part of the Exponential Inequalities project, led by Shreya Atrey as the Principal Investigator of the British Academy Leverhulme Small Research Grant on Equality Law in Times of Crisis.

Episode 1: “I Can Hear Another Ambulance”: The Rise of Exponential Inequalities During COVID-19

Episode 2: “…Patriarchal Mentality”: The Functioning of Equality Law in Crisis

Episode 3: “Plug Those Gaps”: Reforms to Equality Law

Episode 4: “That’s the Key Question: Institutional Responsibility for Inequality

Producer, Presenter, Sound Editor: Christy Callaway-Gale
Executive Producers: Shreya Atrey, Meghan Campbell, Sandra Fredman
Assistant Producers: Mónica Arango Olaya, Gauri Pillai, Natasha Holcroft-Emmess
Transcript and show notes: Sarah Dobbie

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