Would you care more about inequality, if you understood the scale of it?

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Inequality, Methodology 0 Comments

This podcast looks at people’s perceptions of inequality, what they care about and what they want done about it. Taken from research commissioned for Oxfam by Christopher Hoy at the Australia National University, we give an insight into how this data can be used for campaigning work.

As part of Oxfam’s release of Reward Work, Not Wealth for the World Economic Forum this week, we speak to the researchers behind the project, as well as the Head of Oxfam’s Even it Up Campaign.

Please note: Panellists dialled in online from around the world for this podcast, which is why you may find varying levels of quality between the speakers. 

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Christopher Hoy

Christopher Hoy

Christoper is studying a PhD in Economics at the Australia National University, while lecturing part time and working as a consultant for the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and a number of other organisations.

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Franziska Mager

Franziska Mager

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Franziska is Research Assistant in the research team at Oxfam GB. She supports the team through quantitative research. Her background is in Political Science and Social Policy, with an emphasis on qualitative and quantitative research methods to inform decision-making.

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Deepak Xavier

Deepak Xavier

Deepak is the Head of the Even it Up Campaign at Oxfam International.

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Amy Moran

Amy Moran

Amy is the Digital Communications Manager for the Oxfam Policy & Practice team.