Hyphenated: Episode 21
This week our panel discuss the aftermath of the devastating natural disasters in Morocco and Libya, and what a viral Peckham shop fracas says about UK race relations. Plus, critic Leila Latif on the must-see movies at the London Film Festival.
Hyphen Europe commissioning editor Phoebe Greenwood, author and government climate advisor Dr Imad Ahmed, and Dr Omar Khan, the CEO of TASO, a charity working to improve equality in higher education, discuss the aftermath of devastating natural disasters in Morocco and Libya, lessons to be learnt about UK race relations from the online reaction to a confrontation in a Peckham shop that went viral, and reflect on Scotland’s First Minister Humza Yousaf being included in Time magazine‘s annual list of 100 emerging world leaders.
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