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Places Going Fast! Advance screening of The Divide Film + Prof. Tony Atkinson

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.


 Because more equal societies work better for everyone

Invitation: The divide + Prof. tony Atkinson + Profs. Pickett & Wilkinson

Dear , 

Around two-thirds of the places have already been filled for this year's Inequality Today 2015 on Saturday 21st November 2015!

So don't miss out, book today to secure your place. The event will feature:

  • An exclusive, preview showing of The Divide - inspired by "The Spirit Level"
  • Professor Sir Tony Atkinson, Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics, discussing his new book "Inequality - what can be done?"
  • Professors Richard Wilkinson & Kate Pickett, authors of "The Spirit Level", contributing to a Q&A session alongside Professor Atkinson and the film's producers

Venue: New Hunt's House, Guy's Campus, London, SE1 1UL (opposite the entrance to Guy's Hospital Urgent Care Centre)

Registration: 1.00-2.00pm

Event: 2.00-5.45pm

Book your seat for this event now. 

This event is free to all registered Supporters of The Equality Trust, as well as members of local equality groups that are affiliated to the Trust.

If you are not yet a Supporter of The Equality Trust, please sign up here. 
*** NEW ANNUAL supporters who attend the event will receive a free book on the day! Limited quantity available! ***
If you wish to find and join your nearest local equality group, please check here
If you wish to set up a new local equality group in your area, please contact Bill Kerry at  

Please note, we will be providing tea, coffee, water and biscuits but not lunch. There are numerous places to eat in the local area.
We look forward to seeing you on the day. 

Bill Kerry
Supporters & Local Groups Manager
IF YOU want to tackle inequality and poverty where you live, right now, check out Make My Council Fair - our locally-focused campaign. We all have a council, so we can all make a difference! If you wish to set up a local equality group to pursue this campaign, please contact Bill Kerry at  



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