Applications are open from 28 August to 22 October for the fourth cohort of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity, a funded fellowship for mid-career activists, campaigners, researchers, movement-builders and social change leaders based at LSE’s International Inequalities Institute.
La London School of Economics and Political Science, respaldada por una donación sin precedentes de 64 millones de libras durante un periodo de 20 años por parte de The Atlantic Philanthropies, invita a activistas, policy-makers y líderes sociales a unirse al innovador programa Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity.
Whatever “the future of work” looks like, acclaimed US labour organiser Ai-jen Poo told an LSE audience in an Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity-hosted event, “we are going to need human beings providing care for our loved ones. We also want those human beings to be able to take care of their own families.”
“How divided are we? It is a simple enough question, but it is one we find difficult to answer,” says LSE academic Dr Abigail McKnight, leader of an Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity-funded project that looks beyond standard inequality metrics to create an equity-focused toolkit for campaigners, policymakers, NGOs and scholars around the world.