Thursday, 27 January 2011

Danny Dorling on Geography of Austerity

The School of Geography, University of Leeds presents a School Seminar with… Danny Dorling
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

The Geography of Austerity: consequences of the coalition government cuts

WEDNESDAY 2 February, 4pm
(followed by refreshments)
Geography Lecture Theatre
Geography East Building
University of Leeds, LS29JT

In this talk Danny will show a few maps of Britain, current social evils, where the highest cuts and planned, but also who still receives the highest incomes and has the most wealth. He'll talk about the choices that were ignored, what the alternatives might have been, and how things might just feel in a few years time if current trends continue. The talk ends with some data suggest all is not well even in what appear the least harmed areas.

For more information on Danny’s work see:

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