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Last Tuesday’s Cafe: How can we reduce health inequalities?

It’s become evident in recent years that, even within wealthy countries like the UK, there are wide disparities between different regions, cities and even within cities in levels of serious illness and premature deaths. The so-called ‘Glasgow effect’ has, for example, been much reported on. Within Cardiff, there is a documented difference in life expectancy [...]


Next Cafe: How can we reduce health inequalities?

Why does it matter if factors such as gender, class or location make a difference to people’s health over the course of their lives? And if such differences are important, what’s the best way of tackling them? In 2010, Sir Michael Marmot’s report Fair Society, Heathy Lives affirmed that health inequalities prevent children from getting [...]


Poll: What’s the point of private property?

Ahead of the next Cafe on Tuesday October 18th at The Gate, we thought you might like to try this poll. It seems that, alongside the right to vote, the right to private property is almost universally accepted as the basis of a democratic society. Yet in all such societies, economic inequality appears to be [...]

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