Entries by Noshin Sultan

New Job Opportunities at Impact Hub King’s Cross

Knowledge Quarter partner Impact Hub King’s Cross are expanding its core team, following a series of successful years. There are looking for two energetic and highly motivated Community Café Hosts to join their core team. This is a great opportunity for someone passionate about helping build communities of social entrepreneurs and who has ideally a background in hospitality.

The king of King’s Cross by Dr Philip Carter

The past decade has seen the rise of a vast property development in the King’s Cross district of central London. As its residential zone nears completion, Dr Philip Carter considers the life of Henry Croft – founder of the Pearly Kings, and a late-Victorian resident of King’s Cross – who features in the development’s marketing campaign.

Knowledge Quarter Conference: The Future of Knowledge – call for papers

The Knowledge Quarter is marking its third anniversary with a one-day Conference of talks and workshops on the future of Knowledge in an age of untruth. A diverse range of speakers from across the fields of politics, media, philosophy and academia will convene for one inspiring and provocative day of keynote talks, discussion groups and workshops, looking at Knowledge in all its forms.

Camden bids to become London Borough of Culture

Camden Council is consulting with residents, businesses and organisations to assist with its bid to become the London Borough of Culture in 2019/20. The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched the London Borough of Culture programme, inviting all London boroughs to bid for £1.1 million in funding to deliver high quality cultural activities.

New Job Opportunities at Pan Macmillan

Knowledge Quarter partner Pan Macmillan have some exciting job opportunities within its Communications department. Pan Macmillan is one of the largest general book publishers in the UK, with imprints including Macmillan, Mantle, Pan, Picador, Bluebird, Bello, Macmillan Children’s Books and Macmillan Digital Audio. Pan Macmillan is part of the worldwide Macmillan Publishing Group and have recently been awarded Publisher of the Year for the second time in three years.

Home-Start Camden: connecting families and strengthening communities by Catherine Pymar

Home-Start Camden is a local charity that works to support families across the borough. Based in Kentish Town, the organisation has been running for over 20 years, helping local residents with young children when they are going through a difficult time. Each year we support around 120 families and train over 45 volunteers. The key to our success is providing a listening ear, non-judgemental support and carefully matching families with volunteers. A child’s early years are critical, and through our work we help them to have the best start in life.