Liverpool Responds: Enabling Diversity and Equality
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, the Black Lives Matter movement brought the issue of systemic racism to the forefront of debate globally. We would like you to join us for a very special diversity and equality event, where we will consider the BLM movement as well as other issues and contemplate how much there is still to do.
Liverpool Responds: The Future for people in work - (catch-up)
Listen to our expert panellists discuss the future of the workplace and what it might mean for businesses and people from the City Region.
Liverpool Responds: Climate Futures - (catch-up)
Join University of Liverpool experts and guests as they discuss the future of Climate Change.
Liverpool Responds: The Future of Football - (catch-up)
Join football industry experts as they discuss the pandemic's impact on the nation's favourite sport and consider how it can bounce back!
Liverpool Responds: The New Norm (catch-up)
Join Professor Calum Semple and guest panellists to discuss the return to schools and what the new norm looks like for society.
Liverpool Responds: Supporting students (catch-up)
Another chance to watch this event which covered the University’s Campus Shield plan around COVID-19 safety on campus and the planned changes to teaching and learning.
Liverpool Responds: Still beyond the brink? (catch-up)
Another chance to watch the latest Liverpool Responds event. This session looks at the economic and social prospects for Liverpool City Region after COVID-19. The discussion focuses on the new report by Professor Michael Parkinson ‘After COVID-19: Is Liverpool Still Beyond or Back on the Brink’.
Liverpool Responds: Research, Action! (catch-up)
Another chance to see the inaugural Liverpool Responds online event. Chaired by University of Liverpool Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dame Janet Beer, in discussion with outbreak specialist and member of the Government’s Science Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE), Professor Calum Semple; global infectious diseases expert, Professor Tom Solomon; and one of the UK’s leading clinicians and University Executive Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Kenny.
Scouse Science podcast
Join Professor Tom Solomon as he hosts a regular discussion of Coronavirus and its impact on science and society in Liverpool. Tom talks with leading Liverpool researchers and professionals about the scientific progress being made in the city to tackle the virus and chats about the wider impact of the pandemic with local experts.