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Fanny Malinen.<br />
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London, 01/03/2017. Today, LSE presented a public conversation - part of LSE Works: Department of Anthropology - called "Austerity, Debt - What Alternatives?" hosted by Laura Bear (Professor of Anthropology at LSE and author of "Navigating Austerity"), Ryan Davey (Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at LSE), Deborah James (Professor and Deputy Head of the Department of Anthropology at LSE), Fanny Malinen (London-based independent journalist and social justice activist; she is part of the research and activist group Debt Resistance UK), Carl Packman (Research and Good Practice Manager at Toynbee Hall). Chair of the event was Alpa Shah (Associate Professor - Reader - in the Department of Anthropology at LSE). From the event page: <<[…] academics and activists will come together around the issues of debt and austerity. From the LSE's Department of Anthropology, Laura Bear, Deborah James and Ryan Davey will present findings from their research on debt and its relation to austerity in different contexts and at different scales. […]Exploring the implications of their research for policy and practice, they will be joined by colleagues from the radical activist group, Debt Resistance UK, and the anti-poverty charity, Toynbee Hall. […] Together, the speakers will seek to identify some of the possible alternatives to today's debt-based economy>>.<br />
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Here there is the link to podcast of the event: http://bit.ly/2lDlYs9<br />
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For more information about the event please click here: http://bit.ly/2miPdUF
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Fanny Malinen.

London, 01/03/2017. Today, LSE presented a public conversation - part of LSE Works: Department of Anthropology - called "Austerity, Debt - What Alternatives?" hosted by Laura Bear (Professor of Anthropology at LSE and author of "Navigating Austerity"), Ryan Davey (Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at LSE), Deborah James (Professor and Deputy Head of the Department of Anthropology at LSE), Fanny Malinen (London-based...
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