Kwame Anthony Appiah

The Red Baron

In moving toward the meritocratic ideal, we have imagined that we have retired the old encrustations of inherited hierarchies. As the sociologist Michael Young knew, that’s not the real story.

- writes Kwame Anthony Appiah in 'The Red Baron' for The New York Review of Books.

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Social Investment in Education (via Flickr comedy_nose)

Launching cohort seven of The Young Academy

We’re pleased to welcome eight new initiatives to the Young Academy’s accelerator programme for early-stage social ventures tackling educational inequalities. Through the Accelerator, participants will attend intensive workshops and receive one-to-one support from social impact experts, volunteer advisors and education sector leaders. Our goal is to create a space for ideas and projects to be... Find out more


Bright Futures

Bright Futures aims to better understand industrial towns, looking at the hidden characteristics and dynamics of towns beyond the economic base.

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RT @AmplifyNI: Upcoming FREE lunchtime sessions explaining Co-Creation-a useful approach for anyone working to tackle inequality in their c…

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