'How I challenge inequalities going forward is going to be totally different'

Members of the inaugural cohort of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity look back on the intensive year they spent — at the LSE’s International Inequalities Institute, at the University of Cape Town and at home — sharing knowledge, insights and hope with each other, with leading academics and inspiring social change organisations.

In this video, 2017-18 AFSEE fellows Patricio Espinoza (Chile), Louise Russell-Prywata (UK), Joey Hasson (South Africa/Italy), Louis Oyaro (Uganda), Rania Tarazi (Jordan), Rose Longhurst (UK) and Saida Ali (Kenya) talk about what the programme has meant to them.

Watch the first AFSEE fellows tell their story.