Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Fairness on the 83

This project reminds me of Danny Dorling's 32 Stops book... but it's not trains or London, although it is in Sheffield where Danny used to work, and has a connection with inequality.


Here's the outline of the project from the website.

During 2013, an independent report about fairness and inequality in Sheffield found that average life expectancy falls by 7.5 years for men and almost 10 years for women across the length of the 83 bus route, which links Millhouses in the south with Ecclesfield in the north.

Fairness on the 83 is a film project that traces the 83 bus on its journey across the city, engaging members of the public and professionals in discussion about inequality in their city, encouraging debate on important topics and exploring what can be done to make Sheffield a fairer, less divided city.


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