The Knot Episode 1: Poverty, place and multiple disadvantage
The Knot is a three-part podcast series exploring the interconnections between poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage and how we may need to respond differently, and from multiple angles, to really address entrenched disadvantage. Each episode features conversations between academic, practitioner and lived experience contributors on these knotted issues and how we might better respond to these. This series is also supported by an accompanying essay collection which you can access here: The knot – responding to poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk).
In this first episode, hosted by Clare Runacres, we explore knots between poverty, place and multiple disadvantage and we are joined by Dr. Diana Johns (University of Melbourne), Jaime de Loma-Osorio Ricon (Banksia Gardens Community Services), Professor Tracy Shildrick (Newcastle University) and Jahmaine Davis (Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team member and anti-knife crime campaigner).
Lankelly Chase have kindly funded these podcasts and we thank them for their continued support. We would also like to thank our contributors for taking part and Listen Entertainment for putting these podcasts together.
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