CEP Public Events
Hosted with LSE Festival: people and change
Mapping people and change
Monday 12 June 2023 - Saturday 17 June 2023
MAR, Ground Floor, The Marshall Building, 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LY
About this event
An exhibition bringing together research from across the social sciences on socio-economic inequalities in London and the UK, our changing environment, language and health across the world.
An exhibition running as part of the 2023 LSE Festival, exploring how maps (that is graphic representations that facilitate a spatial understanding of things, concepts, conditions, processes or events in the human world) help us to understand the impacts of a rapidly changing world on people and communities.
Andrew Eyles and Lee Elliot Major have contributed their research to a map titled social mobility in England. Asking if it has become easier to be the first in your family to get a degree.
In 2022, around 368,000 people in England obtained a first degree according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency. To better understand changes in social mobility, researchers have looked at the chances of becoming the first in your family to get a university degree. This map will show that probability has changed over time, in different regions of England, by tracking the progress of people born in 1958, in 1970 and in 1989. Does where you grow up make a difference to your life chances?
More information about the exhibition, and the other projects on display, is available at LSE Events.
More about this event
LSE British Politics and Policy have published a blog which expands on the exhibition.
This event is part of the LSE Festival: People and Change running from Monday 12 to Saturday 17 June 2023, with a series of events exploring how change affects people and how people effect change. Booking for all Festival events will open on Monday 15 May.
Participants are expected to adhere to the CEP Events Code of Conduct.
This event will take place in MAR, Ground Floor, The Marshall Building, 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LY.The building is labelled MAR on the LSE campus map. You can also find us on Google Maps. For further information, go to contact us.