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Visit our Ethical Careers Fair and Conference 2018

Calling all students, graduates and anybody interested in the world of work!

New Internationalist are staging our first Ethical Careers Fair and Conference to explore issues including the gig economy, pay inequalities, workplace diversity and cooperatives.

  • When? Wednesday 25 April 2018.
  • Where? Brunei Gallery & Theatre, SOAS University, London. Nearest tube: Russell Square.
  • Stalls will run from 11.00am to 5.00pm, panel sessions from 12.00pm to 7.00pm.
  • Hosted by New Internationalist in collaboration with SOAS Student Union. 

Reserve your place here.

Click here if you are from an ethical organization or employer and would like to have a stall.

There will be stalls showcasing a range of ethical organizations and employers – from NGOs to book publishers – exhibiting what they do and providing attendees with knowledge and opportunities to find work with meaning.

A series of interactive panel sessions, led by progressive journalists, academics and activists, will look in detail at issues affecting the workplace.

The first 200 people through the door get a goody bag.

Panel Sessions include:

How To Break into Journalism

(12.00 - 13.15)

  • New Internationalist digital editor Chris Spannos (Le Monde diplomatique, Crikey, teleSUR, ZNet, NYT eXaminer, The New Significance)
  • New Internationalist magazine editor Yohann Koshy (Vice, frieze, Tank, The Quietus, Financial Times)
  • New Internationalist magazine editor Hazel Healy (Agencia EFE, De Correspondent, Deutsche welle, LA Times and The Guardian)

The Gig Economy

(14.00 - 15.15)

  • Professor Mark Graham (Oxford Internet Institute)
  • Dr Lorenza Antonucci (University of Birmingham)
  • Geoff Tily (Senior Economist at the TUC)

The Gender Pay Gap

(15.30 - 16.45)

  • Wanda Wyporska (Executive Director of the Equality Trust)
  • Maya Goodfellow (SOAS)

The Future of Work

(17.00 - 18.15)

  • Will Stronge (Co-founder of Autonomy)
  • Jamie Woodcock (Oxford Internet Institute)
  • Wendy Liu (New Socialist)

There will also be a range of careers services offered by stallholders. They include:

Portfolio Reviews

  • Are you an art or design student aspiring to be a comic book artist and/or a graphic novelist? Bring along your work-in-progress and have an appraisal from Myriad’s Creative Director Corinne Pearlman.
  • As organizers of the First Graphic Novel Competition, we are always on the lookout for new creators. And while a portfolio review isn’t a passport to publication, it can be a really helpful guide to where you are in your development and what your next steps might be.
  • If you’re a creative writer, we can tell you about our First Drafts competition for new authors, and if you want to make your career in publishing, come visit us too: we are always happy to meet and advise.

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service provides free, independent and impartial information, advice & guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. Advice is delivered by qualified careers advisers and includes support with:

  • Interview techniques

  • CV writing

  • Understanding the job market

  • Identifying key strengths and skills

  • Exploring career options

  • Choosing training routes

  • Searching and applying for jobs

  • Searching for courses and training schemes

  • Finding funding to support learning
     

Reserve your place at the fair here.

Click here if you are from an ethical organization or employer and would like to have a stall.

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