What impact is automation having on our jobs, in the North and beyond? What does this mean for geographic and intergenerational inequality? What can we do about it? We’d like you to join us for a participatory workshop to find out about and discuss the impact of innovation and automation on employment and inequality in… → Read More
If you are passionate about supporting everyday change-makers and amplifying unheard voices, join us on Thursday 15th June for an afternoon of learning, storytelling and action planning with residents of the Alton Estate.
New to impact management but want to improve? Willing to share your experiences and collaborate with others in your sector? Want to help us create resources that meet your needs? Join the Pathway strand of the Impact Management Programme to co-design support that will help you use your impact data to improve what you do…. → Read More
We are delighted to be launching our new research with the MONDRAGON Corporation, the world’s largest industrial co-operative group. Mondragon has become a highly successful global business, owned and governed by its worker-members, with social benefit at its core. Come and hear their story. This event is being co-hosted with Co-ops UK.
Across Europe, many young people are finding that traditional methods of learning and education just aren’t working for them. Peer-to-peer learning offers an alternative approach. For the past two years, the Erasmus+ partnership ‘Share to Know’ has been exploring the value of peer-to-peer and collaborative learning methods and the ways that these methods can lead… → Read More
Join us for an INTERNATIONAL festival of INNOVATION… 2 cities, 3 days, 15+ free events, 40+ collaborating organisations After two successful festivals in London in 2014 and Glasgow in 2015, SIX is delighted to announce that the Festival is returning to Northern Ireland in October 2016. We’re delighted at Amplify NI to announce that we are part of the Unusual Suspects… → Read More
Join some leading activists who are probing the relationship between the political, intellectual, digital and cultural commons.
Help us celebrate Michael Young’s Centenary.
This talk outlines citizens as data producers, citizens as data auditors, and citizens as data entrepreneurs.
Join us for this interesting evening seminar.