This week I spoke at the OECD Forum 2017 in Paris about the geographies of discontent, and about my book Island Story.
It was such an unexpected honour to be invited, and the conversations I had over those two days were inspiring, difficult, revelatory and valuable. Find out more about the event and the other speakers here.
Much of it was recorded. Here’s an interview where I discuss Britain’s many island stories, and the next book project…
And a longer panel discussion where I discuss pride, collectivity, distinguishing between cultural and economic factors behind Brexit, and the fascinating case of Cornwall. The other panellists were brilliant, and if you have a moment take a listen to the discussion about trade unions in the US, retraining workers in Denmark, and the valuable work we can all do within our communities: