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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 The Untapped Potential of 'Work' for Looked After Young People – Challenges and Opportunities The seminar will explore the transformative potential of 'work' (ranging from paid employment to internships to volunteering) for marginalised young people. Robbie Gilligan 30 Apr 2018
2 Everyday death in Shakespeare's England This podcast talks about accidental deaths and the hazards of everyday life in Shakespeare's day Steven Gunn 05 May 2016
3 Redefining the community firm? The unionization of part-time workers in the retail industry Arjan Keizer, Manchester Business School, gives a talk for the Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies. Arjan Keizer 26 Feb 2016
4 The Future of the Professions In an era when machines can out-perform human beings at most tasks what are the prospects for employment? Richard Susskind, Daniel Susskind, Joshua Hordern, Vili Lehdonvirta 16 Feb 2016
5 Oxford Women in Politics with Dr Anne-Marie Slaughter Dr Slaughter discusses workplace policies and the value we place on care of children and other loved ones. Anne-Marie Slaughter, Rebecca Fradkin 28 Jan 2016
6 Can't stop work Exploring overwork at Oxford, this podcast is for students who struggle to balance their work with other life activities, and find the balance tipping heavily towards their work. Created by the Oxford University Counselling Service. Oxford University Counselling Service 08 Oct 2015
7 Can't Work Part Two The second 'Can't work' podcast contains strategies that will help you to start working again. Created by the Oxford University Counselling Service. Oxford University Counselling Service 08 Oct 2015
8 Creative Commons Work-Life Balance Interview with Professor Peter Donnelly Peter Donnelly, Jenny Taylor 10 Dec 2014
9 Creative Commons FMR 41 Making work safe for displaced women Understanding risk factors and protection strategies allows practitioners to ensure appropriate programme design and implementation for displaced women. Dale Buscher 08 May 2013