Labour, Land and Learning: Real Ideas to build back better
The RSA’s Coronavirus Impact of Employment Briefing Report (https://www.thersa.org/discover/publications-and-articles/reports/local-areas-coronavirus-employment) suggests the South West is among the areas expected to be hardest hit in terms of job losses post-Covid. Having a far-reaching impact across many groups and communities, particularly young people that will be leaving or entering education and finding jobs – we need to be thinking differently about our recovery.
Hosted by Ed Whitelaw – Head of Enterprise & Regeneration for Real Ideas, we are very excited to be joined by Alan Lockey – Head of the Future Work Centre for the RSA, Frances Northrop – Associate Fellow for NEF and Jonathan Clitheroe – Head of Challenge Based Learning for Real Ideas, in this panel discussion.
Bringing a range of thinkers together; this webinar will offer three perspectives on the impacts of Covid-19 on South West jobs: economics, community, and young people / education. The panel will explore more radical, yet practical, ideas around innovative approaches to recovery including ideas of asset ownership, universal basic income, and new approaches to skills and learning. It will spark conversation around tackling the impending economic crisis and present real solutions.