Mapping change: what you miss if you miss a Census

Plenary lecture by Danny Dorling and Bethan Thomas at the Census Applications Conference

London and the Servant Wage

Expert panel discusses the relationship between London and the rest of the UK

What do we mean by fairness in cities?

Danny Dorling and Richard Brooks reflect on what fairness really means – from social justice to pure luck

‘Injustice’ on Russia Today

Danny speaking on Russia Today

Why social inequality still persists

A short introduction to injustice

The Housing Problem

Danny speaking at the Way with words Festival

Economic Inequality and Geographical Optimism

Talk at the Way with words Festival

Government policies are turning education into a production line

Classrooms are crumbling and inequality is getting worse, but the government’s priorities are more testing and free schools

Theories of Potential and the Creation of Inequality

Annual Education Lecture, King’s College London

Injustice – why social inequality still persists

In the five years since the first edition of Injustice there have been devastating increases in poverty, hunger and destitution in the UK.

Worldmapper and climate

Danny speaking at Wood Farm Primary School, Oxford

Injustice and Empathy

Why Social Inequality still persists, Oxford Empathy Festival

Utopias and six generations

Looking back six generations is a ‘utopian trick’. And looking back at the last six generations suggests that capitalism might have been a transition.

Inequality and Austerity

Talk with Mary O’Hara and Danny Dorling at the Hay Festival