@eduint - Many economists predict that the COVID-19 pandemic will produce the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s. Policies and the details of their implementation will not only determine if economic recovery is successful, but if that recovery accelerates or slows the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), produces a fairer or less just world, boosts or erodes public services, and further endangers or protects our planet.
The UK’s social distancing measures, designed to curb the spread of coronavirus, have had a significant impact on all sectors and areas of business. With workers across the country advised to work from home where possible, these measures have come at a unique cost for the engineering sector - for whom close collaboration is vital to achieving a successful project outcome.
@StoryFuturesA cademy, the UK’s National Centre for #ImmersiveStorytelling run by the National Film and Television School (@NFTSFilmTV) and @RoyalHolloway, University of London (@UoLondon) announces the first recipients of grant funding for its Train the Trainer scheme. This new initiative is aimed at growing the number of trainers and training available to help build a pipeline of next generation immersive storytelling talent so the UK can retain its position as leader in this field.
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