Lord Ouseley discusses racism in society in Thought Economics interview
Lord Herman Ouseley, our Chair, took part in an interview around racism, discrimination and intolerance in society for Thought Economics, an online journal, on Monday 16 January.
Thought Economics, which was established in 2007 by award-winning entrepreneur Vikas Shah, covers a range of topics including economics, politics, society and the arts, and science and technology.
Interviewees include famous entrepreneurs, Nobel Prize winners and a variety of figures from across sport, comedy and music.
Lord Ouseley was interviewed alongside Frank Willem (FW) de Klerk (Former President of South Africa and Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize), George Takei (Actor & Social Justice Activist), Prof. Githu Muigai (Attorney General of Kenya), Patrisse Cullors (Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter), Dr. Nils Muiznieks (the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights), Nikesh Shukla (Author) and Iby Knill (Holocaust Survivor).
Click here to read the full interview including Lord Ouseley’s thoughts on the threat of racism in our society, the role of education in tackling it, the state of diversity in politics and sport, and much more.