A podcast featuring conversations between social psychologist and social integration researcher, Angelika Love, and integration practitioners – entrepreneurs, activists, and academics who, in their unique ways, are building bridges across rifts in society.
Social psychologist Angelika Love speaks to co-founder and CEO of the SociAbility App, Matt Pierri, about mapping accessible social spaces, social entrepreneurship, and why, for him, disability and access provisions are not primarily about charity.
Social psychologist Angelika Love speaks to co-founder and CEO of the interior design company Motionspot, Ed Warner, about designing private and public spaces that are both aesthetically stunning and equally accessible for people with and without disabilities.
Social psychologist Angelika Love speaks to Robin Gorna, activist and campaigner in the realm of international development and global health, AIDS, gender, and human rights, about her career, how to create lasting change, and leadership.
Social psychologist Angelika Love speaks to president of Graduate Women International, Geeta Desai, about the significance of providing all women and girls with access to education for societies at large.
Social psychologist Angelika Love talks to Aneel Brar, co-founder and COO of a maternal and child health clinic in Rajastan, about his insights into global health, international development, and the intricacies of providing healthcare in rural India.
Social psychologist Angelika Love talks to Paula Raubenheimer about what it takes to tend to one of the last remaining Old Cape gardens in Stellenbosch (South Africa), and how the garden has become the focal point of an unlikely community.