What influence has the work of Thomas Malthus had since it was first produced? Does his thinking still have a place in tackling social, economic and political inequalities?
The Equality Bill was now before Parliament. It proposed that public authorities take account of the inequalities experienced both by members of their workforce, and the communities that they serve. The Bill also banned discrimination on the grounds of these inequalities.
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This British Academy-organised event took place on Wednesday 24 October 2012 at The Royal Society.