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6 Arts and culture initiatives share PS2m to grow, develop new spaces and strengthen local cultural identities

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This week we announced the final cohort of Arts Impact Fund investees, drawing to a close three-years of work on the fund. From The Central School of Ballet to Looe Music Festival and the National Holocaust Centre and Museum, read about the six organisations receiving a share of over £2 million to develop new arts spaces, scale up their business models and strengthen place-based cultural identities. Learn more.
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Open Jobs: Making labour markets smarter and empowering jobseekers
Open Jobs will be a family of tools that use a range of data to empower job seekers to find roles and research the skills they'll need in the future. Geoff Mulgan, Rosalina Baker
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30 ideas to empower young people in a changing economy
The European Social Innovation Competition has announced 30 semi-finalists who are turning local challenges into opportunities for young people. Gary Fawdrey
Arts organisations can transform lives - it's time their stories were told
We’ve all heard about how the arts can transform lives; now we - the artists, funders, connectors and campaigners - need to seize the narrative. Seva Phillips
We're looking for an Interim Head of Events, a Programme Manager to join our team in Edinburgh, and a Prize Manager to develop and deliver challenge prizes in partnership with the Canadian Government. Browse all opportunities
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'We're not sleepwalking into a dystopian future, we're there today'
With one week to go until FutureFest 2018, Aral Balkan and Laura Kalbag speak about surveillance capitalism and human rights in the digital age. Read more and get your tickets.
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FutureFest Forward: AI and The Future of Work
Dr Phoebe Moore, Associate Professor in Political Economy and Technology at the University of Leicester explores AI and the future of work. Replay her talk from the event.
FutureFest 2018
FutureFest 2018
6-7 July 2018 -  Nesta’s flagship festival is returning to Tobacco Dock in London, giving you the chance to hear directly from those putting emerging ideas into practice across democracy and government, work, health, education and the arts. Get your ticket.
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Innovation Conversations with the Behavioural Insights Team
3 July 2018 -  Join Max Mawby, Project Manager in the Behavioural Insights Team, in Cardiff, as he reveals the findings of their recently published report A Behavioural Approach to Managing Money: Ideas and Results from the Financial Capability Lab. Register to attend.
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Flying High: Shaping the Future of Drones in UK Cities
23 July 2018 - How can we shape drone systems that place people’s needs first? Join government figures, industry experts and academics for a panel discussion as we launch the findings from the first phase of the Flying High programme. Register your interest.
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Designing Collective Intelligence
17 September 2018 - Join social scientists, technologists, practitioners and policymakers for a day of talks, workshops and discussions to map the best tools and methods for collective intelligence. Register your interest.

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