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Home / Resources / News / WRITE A POEM ON PRECARITY


We’re using creative methods to uncover your experiences on how you cope with trying to make a living. We’ll use these to develop scenarios and a guide on how, through the process of coping with the crisis, young people are creating new ways of making a living. We’ll also feature them at our festival!

A few days ago we featured a spoken word video about teenager’s expectations when they go into their high school exams. Inspired by this, we want to offer you the opportunity of having your poetry showcased at our festival. It can be a song about how to cope with making a living, like Eminem’s “If I had” or a poem about precarity like being unemployed by the Poet Laura-eate.