- Findings on how young creatives are coping in lockdownCreate Jobs and Creative Society partnered up to find out how young people's employment and financial situation has changed since the outbreak of Covid-19. We want to know what support young people need and whether those needs are being met. To do that we carried out focus groups with the young people we know and anonymously surveyed over 100 young creatives(58% of whom are BAME, 20% disabled) across London to: 1. Determine employment and financial situations before and after lockdown 2. Young
- Employment and financial advice during CoronavirusWe know that this is an uncertain time for everyone, so we wanted to get together as much information as we could to help young creatives, freelancers and other people looking for information on employment. To get some support and find out more please visit our website: https://www.createjobslondon.org/blog/young-creatives-and-coronavirus
Projects credited in
- Creativity Works Visual Storytelling - Yet Another DayYet Another Day examines the relationship between Jai Toor's grandparents as they seek comfort and well-being in their everyday lives. Domestic spaces and the workplace provide an integral setting for this story of a generation who have lived in West London for 40 years. Through tender observation, Toor’s images allow us to view the nuanced themes of compassion and anxiety that occur in family life. His grandparents have a long history of health issues, however, this has not stopped them working
- Convincing senior decision makers that diversity is good for business.Create Jobs, a non profit organisation whose mandate is to help disadvantaged young people get into London's thriving tech and creative industries, asked for my help in editing their leaflet. It was designed to educate key decision makers about the business benefits of diversity.
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