March – April 2016: stakeholder analysis; May 2016 Sharing Analysis with wider public; September-May 2017: work in North London with local community; June 2017 sharing local work with wider public; September 2017: sharing local work with interntional public
With the preliminary analysis City Mine(d) creates buy-in from a wider group of stakeholder who can assess and support the profiles developed in the local area.
While we are working on a third portable version of the Game, a tool to identify skills and competences in a particular area, a quick update on what [...]
On 9 November we launched the long anticipated and eagerly awaited 6 booklets of the Euler collaboration. Download the online version here And get [...]
Why are we taking this initiative? We believe that poorer areas in cities are not poor in skills and competences. They are poor in jobs and inward [...]
Somers Town is changing, new businesses are moving in. How can a connection between locals and companies benefit both ? We will offer these firms a [...]
This is a first snippet of the interview with Nobel Laureate in Economics 2010 prof Chris Pissarides, about skills, employment, and the importance of [...]
Thursday 9 February the Elephant Path crew tested a second version of “the game”, a tool that allows participants to identify the [...]
Now that the Euler project has come to a close, time to share what we have learned. Our aim from the start was to unlock and deepen the skill-set of [...]
This new page was just added to the Elephant Path website, outlining where its at.