Radical Statistics 2018 Conference & AGM

Saturday, 24 February 9.30am-6.00pm
St. Luke’s Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ


9:30 am Arrival & Registration
10:00 Welcome

Plenary Session 1
10:10 The people’s stake: Can citizen’s wealth funds solve the inequality crisis? 
Stewart Lansley, University of Bristol & City, University of London

10:35 Socioeconomic inequalities in stillbirth rates in Europe: Measuring the gap using routine data from the Euro-Peristat Project
Prof Alison Macfarlane

11:00 Data in Society: Challenging Statistics in an age of globalisation. A progress report on the Radstats collection
Jeff Evans, Humphrey Southall and Sally Ruane, Radical Statistics

11:20 Coffee/Tea break

11:40 Workshops I (choice of)
Citizen’s wealth funds: pros, cons and alternatives 
Socioeconomic inequalities and reproductive health

12:40 pm Lunch

Plenary Session 2
1:40 Inequality and Intimate Partner Violence against Women
Dr Jude Towers, University of Lancaster

2:05 Greentown by numbers: exploring the feasibility of a new low- or zero-carbon town in the UK
Dr Mike Page, University of Hertfordshire

2:30 Coffee/Tea break

2:50 Workshops II (choice of)
Housing and inequality: Has Grenfell lifted the lid?
Measuring violence: opportunites and treats

Full details and booking

Martin Rathfelder
Socialist Health Association
22 Blair Road
M16 8NS

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