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  • A podcast about inequality. We reimagine our economy one conversation at a time with activists, thinkers and politicians across the world. Brought to you by Liz, Max, Nabil and Nadia.

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Episodes
  • Sep 24 2022

    We speak to three people reckoning with today’s massive cost of living crisis – with stories from Malawi, the United Kingdom and South Africa. Max speaks with Nellie Kumambala, a secondary school teacher in Lumbadzi, Malawi, and Walter, a security guard in London, United Kingdom. Nabil speaks with Wafaa Abdurahman, the National Coordinator, Fight Inequality Alliance South Africa.


    Different countries, same story. People are suffering. They’re ready to act. What are their solutions?


    Make sure you share the podcast on social media and leave a review! We’re at @EQUALShope on Twitter.


    The views expressed on episodes do not necessarily represent the views of the podcast and its producers.


    Women picking fruits: Photo by Brett Sayles


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    31 mins
  • Sep 3 2022

    EQUALS is back! We're asking: What has *really* been happening in the board rooms of multinational companies? And what's that got to do with today's cost-of-living crisis being felt across the globe?


    This new season on EQUALS we’ll focus on the crisis, bringing stories and solutions from across the globe.


    Nabil and Nadia speak with Dr. Lindsay Owens and Irit Tamir. Lindsay is the Executive Director at the Groundwork Collaborative, formerly Economic Policy Advisor to Senator Elizabeth Warren and taught domestic poverty and inequality at Georgetown University. Irit is Oxfam America's Director of Private Sector Department. She is focused on working with companies to ensure that their business practices result in positive social and environmental impacts for vulnerable communities throughout the world.


    Make sure you share the podcast on social media and leave a review! We’re at @EQUALShope on Twitter. 


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    32 mins
  • Apr 20 2022

    Nadia and Nabil welcome former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark on the EQUALS podcast for a special episode.


    The IMF, World Bank and the G20 all are meeting this week. The world is facing multiple crises that are converging from the COVID-19 pandemic to the Ukraine crisis, to soaring food and fuel prices.


    Two years into the pandemic, we ask PM Clark what governments should have done to respond to the pandemic; what still needs to happen; and how to prevent future crises. And could we have ended the pandemic if we had more women leaders today?


    Helen Clark is a member of Club de Madrid, the world’s largest forum of democratic former Presidents and Prime Ministers, and a Commissioner to its ground-breaking Global Commission on Democracy and Emergencies. She was also appointed by the WHO to co-Chair the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response.


    Please share the podcast and leave a review! We’re @EQUALShope on Twitter. For more on the PVA, check out @peoplesvaccine


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    33 mins

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