09 May 2022
Fabian Wallace-Stephens (Foresight Lead)
What mix of soft, technical, and digital skills will be needed in different sectors or local economies in the future?
05 Apr 2022
As the Covid-19 pandemic enters its third year, it is time to take stock of the wild and wonderful predictions about work that greeted its arrival.
16 Mar 2022
Now the average person will have 12 jobs in their lifetime; for most, long gone is the era where one person could learn a skill and have one job for life. A widening gap of inequality is in play. What can we do about it?
15 Mar 2022
We need swift and radical change in capabilities, innovation and
investment to save the planet. Read Mari Nishimura, from the United Nations, own view on moving towards a healthy planet.
23 Feb 2022
For ten years, Driving Ambition has helped young people in Oxfordshire realise the opportunities open to them once they leave school. But, says Peter Jordan, FRSA, we can do a lot more, and he wants your help
17 Feb 2022
Young people are rarely included in the policies that affect their futures. In fast-growing Vietnam, with many ethnic groups at the back of the queue for decent, secure and well-paid jobs, most are never heard at all. Tony Wall and Ann Hindley explain how Re-WORK aims to redress the balance
12 Jan 2022
Fran Landreth Strong
With our research finding that around half of young people are financially precarious, Fran Landreth Strong examines concerning trends in young people’s economic security.
15 Dec 2021
The growing influence of green politics in Europe, by Jamie Kendrick and Beatrice White
26 Nov 2021
Bristol Education Partnership is planning an event where students will meet professionals to hear about the jobs and skills that will be needed in a zero-carbon economy.
17 Nov 2021
A recent workshop with RSA Fellows provided invaluable insight into the key concerns and opportunities facing cultural education workers and employers.
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