It is said that within 10 years, half of today’s jobs will be gone. The Future World of Work challenges audiences to pause and reflect on working life.What will this mean for business, workers, society and culture? Will we have more time? Will we live longer? How do we negotiate this transitionary period?
Much of my recent research, as part of my Masters Degree in Art Museum and Gallery Studies, has revolved around navigating present-day feminist advocacy, which has taken centre stage for the better part of the last couple of years. In light of the Time’s Up and #metoo movements, self-identified women have come forward to draw attention to various types of discrimination they have been subject to.
LCR Activate programme supports 19 year old tech entrepreneur build student app to boost interaction in university halls
A nineteen-year old serial tech entrepreneur has developed the first of its kind mobile app to boost interaction between university students within halls of residence across the Liverpool City Region, following support from the Activate programme of which FACT is a partner organisation.