A critical platform for those working creatively within addiction, the criminal justice system, homelessness and mental health. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by ICCE, TCCE and C4CC.
TOOLKIT is a publication that has been commissioned by Arts Council England. It builds upon the findings of an earlier study on work placements in the arts and cultural sector, undertaken in 2006. View the report here. It provides information, templates and case studies which are designed to promote employability, accountability, high performance and fairness in work placement provision in […]
We will be closing the booking for this discussion on #gendered workloads in #academia tomorrow afternoon, to allow full and frank discussion, the event will NOT be recorded, so if you would like to be part of the conversation, please reserve your place ASAP. twitter.com/GemmaOuten/sta…
We have heard from both our university and arts and cultural partners that #KE relationships and collaborations have not proved as resilient as might have been hoped during the pandemic, please do contribute to this valuable evidence gathering exercise twitter.com/ResEngland/sta…
Struggling with the onset of the new academic year? Despairing at your workload?
Come along and join us at our next @InfoTCCE event on 23 Sept where we'll be discussing gendered workloads in HE. Sign up here - tinyurl.com/yynxm3n5