Links I Liked

September 3, 2018

     By Duncan Green     

Back to blogging after a fab holiday at the Edinburgh fringe.

Politicians discussing global warming

A wonderful statue in Berlin, entitled “Politicians Discussing Global Warming.”

Oxfam America has come up with a ‘Best States to Work Index’ comparing labour conditions across US states. Washington, DC ranks first in the nation and neighbouring Virginia ranks last.

‘”There are grassroots leaders of movements against discrimination & inequalities in every region…the real store of moral courage & leadership among us.” Powerful, uplifting valedictory essay by outgoing UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein

Why I love the interwebs. Example 1. Example 2. Example 3. OK, I’ll stop now

The Guardian’s Larry Elliott with a brilliant retrospective on how a historic window of opportunity was squandered. ‘Ten years after the financial crash, the timid left should be full of regrets’

If you’ve got nothing better to do at 3pm UK time on September 10, I’m doing a free webinar on ‘Research for impact’ for the ‘On Thinktanks’ network. Register here.

And finally, a great Venn diagram

Venn diagram of bank robbers, DJs and preachers
September 3, 2018
Duncan Green