Wellcome is looking for a KQ collaborator for an innovative pilot project that aims to influence how much meat people choose to eat. Livestock production is a large contributor to potent greenhouse gases. Diets high in animal products are also associated with an increased risk of non-communicable diseases. The project team will work together to make a positive shift in reducing meat consumption.
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Knowledge Quarter partner Impact Hub King’s Cross is expanding its core team, following a series of successful years, and is looking for an energetic and highly motivated Evening Space & Event Host to join the team. This is a great opportunity for someone passionate about helping build communities of social entrepreneurs and who ideally has a background in hospitality.
Warwick in London, one of the newest Knowledge Quarter (KQ) partners is delighted to offer some fantastic discounts to KQ partners on their latest Executive Education courses: Forecasting with the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and Foresight on Africa.
A large-scale painting by Sir Michael Craig-Martin, RA and a sculpture by Yinka Shonibare MBE, RA have been acquired by the Foundling Museum, thanks to grants from Art Fund and the Arts Council England/V&A Purchase Fund Grant, and other supporters.
Mind in Camden in partnership with Voluntary Action Camden has an exciting new project which will work with minority ethnic groups in Camden to find out how they would like mental health services to develop to meet their communities’ needs. We’re looking for exciting people to help us set up the project.
Launched summer 2017, www.mentalhealthcamden.co.uk is, in a single website, an ‘A to Z’ of mental health topics, with advice, information and support for anyone concerned about their mental health – or someone else’s. And though created to support Camden’s residents, the website is ‘open access’, a resource for anyone seeking help with a mental health issue.
A ground-breaking three-year project to develop a bespoke, paid training and mentorship programme for care-experienced young adults has been launched, with funding from Oak Foundation. Developed by the Foundling Museum, this unique programme will equip care-experienced young adults, with the skills to devise and deliver workshops at the Museum for groups, particularly children in foster care and children’s homes.
Knowledge Quarter partner The Place has been the UK’s HQ for ground-breaking contemporary dance since 1969. There are passionate about it and want to ensure that it’s a vital component of the artistic life of our nation. There are looking for a Director of Development to help drive this vision and grow the fundraising strategy over the next 3 years.
Camden Music Trust is a local charity dedicated to ensuring all children and young people in Camden have access to an enriching music education regardless of any challenging circumstances – such as living below the poverty line or with a disability. The charity supports and delivers projects through the Camden music service, part of Camden Council.
University of the Arts London’s Professor Lucy Kimbell and the Creative Lenses Research Unit have launched an online survey to understand how cultural and arts organisations are innovating their business models. A Business Model is the way through which an organization exploits resources and assets and delivers its operations to generate value for stakeholders and guarantee social impact for society as well as economic sustainability.