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Premature deaths of black Americans alter politics

Premature deaths of black Americans alter politics, shows study

Not perfect, but not bad

What Labour’s plans would mean for higher education

Only one lucky generation ever struck housing gold

The young and the old know all about renting – it’s those born in the Fifties who managed to cash in

Housing and people with learning difficulties

Danny speaking at the PPE course of My Life My Choice

The Geography of Elections, Inequality and Migration: 40 years of polarization

Danny speaking at the SOAS Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies

In conversation with David Runciman

Danny in conversation with David Runciman discussing Inequality and the 1%

The Tories will reduce UK public spending to Estonian levels

IMF forecasts show that Britain could join a tiny group of European countries that have shrunk the size of their states dramatically

Alternatives to Austerity

Panel discussion at the Festival of Debate

The geography of elections: will the 40 years of voting polarisation continue in 2015?

Keynote Address at the Annual Geographical Association Lecture

Growing gap between middle-income earners and top 1%

They might think they are comfortably well-off. But middle-income Britons are poorer relative to the super-wealthy than their counterparts anywhere else in Europe

The Extreme Centre

Tariq Ali in conversation with Danny Dorling

Inequality and Higher Education

Danny speaking at the Free University of London, LSE Occupied

Child poverty in Britain

Using newly available data from the Department for Work and Pensions, Danny Dorling, professor of Geography at the University of Oxford and Simon Szreter, professor of History and Public Policy at the University of Cambridge, have mapped child poverty by constituency across the UK.

Social inequality, the 1%, and why your rent is so high

Video recording of a talk given at the networking event on the eve of the ESRC First Year Student Conference