In this week’s update you can find out about how you can join our festival team, how an entrepreneur uses social exchange & networks to make a meaningful living to how an international model is selling shoes to pay her training to become a teacher. You can also find out about a new campaign to make work pay and our challenge of the week of getting under the skin of the city!
JOIN OUR FESTIVAL TEAM! RESEARCH FELLOWS TO POP UP ACTIVISTS
Do you want to join our festival team in London? From researching ideas, developing activities, organising events to promoting the festival, via creating art, find out about the different roles and exciting ways you can be involved!
CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK: GETTING UNDER THE SKIN OF THE CITY
Interview people where they interact to really understand how they live their lives and how the environment affects how they cope. Take a look at the video which shows what this looks like and check out what we learnt from our previous workshops.
LIFESTYLE HACKER OF THE WEEK: NETWORKED ENTREPRENEURSHIP
??Discover how a narrative and documentary film maker uses social exchange and networks as a way to make a meaningful living. Edwin often produces work with small groups of friends to celebrate and make visible the joy of the filmmaking process itself, and explore its value as a tool for individual and social change.
ZOMBIE GENERATION OF THE WEEK: CREATING AN LA CARTE CAREER
Discover how to make a meaningful living, you can work in different professions…all at once. From an international model to a trainee teacher, via selling shoes, find out how a Lithuanian globetrotter makes a living across the world.
INVISIBLE CITIZEN OF THE WEEK: TURNING A HOBBY INTO A JOB OUT OF NECESSITY
Find out how a Sardinian market trader turned her hobby into a job, out of opportunity…and necessity. After going to a market in Amsterdam we went to a street market in London to interview Consuela, who makes jewellery from vegetable ivory.
ISSUE OF THE WEEK: HOW TO MAKE WORK PAY
CAMPAIGN OF THE WEEK: TRANSITIONING FROM WELFARE TO WORK
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