“ quote here - why we believe it’s possible to create a positive future of good work ”

 
 
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Framing the Challenge

Vancouver

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Future Work Awards

International

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Building a safety net for Future Work

London

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Just Transitions to Future Work

Euskal Herria

 
 

Our Mission

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Building a new system for economic security

Economic Security Impact Programme 2019

Here an outline of the RSA program

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Partners:

Royal Society of Arts Future Work Centre

Mastercard Centre for Inclusive Growth

 
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Future Work Awards

ALT/NOW initiated the  Future Work Awards 2018/19 in partnership with the RSA’s new Future Work Centre. The awards recognise the most innovative and inspiring approaches to work from around the globe, from people redesigning how to work with robots, groups of self-employed freelancers sharing their incomes, new approaches to lifelong learning and trade unions which give voice to young workers in the gig economy.

The Awards are given to organisations that are not standing still waiting for jobs to be disrupted by artificial intelligence and gig economy platforms. They are helping people create better ways to work in a flexible, frequently changing digital economy. These new solutions are emerging from all over the world. The Awards highlight opportunities to scale up approaches that allow people to marry flexibility and security in new ways.

The Awards are hosted by the RSA Future of Work Centre and sponsored by Barclays. Our partners in the venture include the Canadian impact investor Social Capital Partners, and the Financial Times is the project’s media partner.

 
 
 
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2019 Future Work Award winners

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Meeting anxiety with innovation

Charlie Leadbeater reflects on this year’s winners

The sense of mounting unease about the future of work is being met by organisations who see this as an opportunity to innovate to address people’s frustrations and anxieties.