Marco Cinnirella/ Katharine Jenkins/ Joe Mulhall/ Amir Saeed
With recent political events and a spike in the reporting of hate crime, the concept of prejudice has become prominent once more. But are we more or less prejudiced than at other points in our history? And is prejudice always wrong, or even avoidable? If it is avoidable, how can this be achieved? We put these questions to a philosopher, psychologist, sociologist, and activist.
Senior Lecturer of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Nottingham
Senior Researcher, Hope Not Hate
Senior Lecturer in Journalism and Media, University of Huddersfield
Fellow in Philosophy, LSE & Fellow, Forum for Philosophy
Recorded on 3 May 2017 at the LSE