Last weekend The Citizens’ Assembly on Democracy in the UK was launched by the UCL Constitution Unit, looking at public attitudes towards democracy and examining the core question: how should the UK’s democratic system work?
About Jemima Barnes
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Jemima Barnes contributed a whooping 13 entries.
Entries by Jemima Barnes
The Institute of Historical Research (IHR) at the University of London is seeking an experienced and committed person to join its professional services team to support the IHR’s Fellowships Programme and the work of the IHR Trust. Salary: from £32k. Closing: 3 October 2021
As part of the Mayor of London’s Affordable Housing Programme, Camden Council has been awarded £86.4M funding to build over 550 new council homes. The new homes will be delivered as part of the The Community Investment Programme (CIP) which aims to invest over £1 billion in schools, homes and community facilities in Camden over the next 15 years.
The House of Illustration is seeking a Head of Learning and Participation to develop and deliver learning programmes and partnerships, manage a small staff team and contribute to the development and design of their new learning studios and offers. Salary: up to £43.5k. Closing: 21 September 2021
Over 200 health journals across the world, including Knowledge Quarter partners The BMJ and The RCP’s ClinMed, have come together to simultaneously publish an editorial calling on world leaders to take emergency action to limit global temperature increases, halt the destruction of nature, and protect our health.
Central Saint Martins is seeking a Local Engagement Manager to develop a range of local engagement and placemaking projects, programmes and relationships that provide value to local partners, communities and the college. Salary: up to £35k. Closing: 17th September 2021
This year, the KQ will present an hour of lightning talks at the Bloomsbury Festival exploring everything from enlightenment to illumination, from scientific, cultural, and historic perspectives.
Our Wellbeing SIG meetings give professionals working across the Knowledge Quarter the chance to keep up-to-date with the latest research, as well as sharing tips and experience around the wellbeing of staff, visitors, student etc.
A callout for interesting objects across the KQ! Whilst in person meetings, exhibitions and events are still on hold for the moment, this new series of video content will enable partners to get to know each other a little better.
Our Network meet-ups give archiving and digitising professionals working across the Knowledge Quarter the chance to keep up-to-date with all that is happening in the area, as well as share tips and experience on best practices and new processes.