There was a moment on Monday the 25th November (the final day before the voter registration deadline) where a screenshot of the government’s online portal tracking registration numbers dropped in the office Whatsapp. It read that 18-25s were going ham – registering to vote in their thousands, closely followed by their millennial counterparts. It really seemed like this might be the youth election. But in spite of this, some of the parties which we heard young people rave about, which had mobilised some young people, faced devastating loses.
We believe that more companies, and arts companies who receive public money, could and should be more transparent and open about their financial processes and philosophy.
We’ve been working with a young development group, established researchers and a heritage partner, in our aim to develop the thinking around our project.
In April 2018, it will become one of the core programmes of Free Radical as the company becomes a National Portfolio Organisation.
Today marks the start in a series of conversations to share where we’re headed and to take you along with us.
The nature of storytelling has meant people have mostly seen the good bits but we need to be bolder in sharing failures.
I sat here pondering how it’s possible to burn hot water and milk. Then realised my dinner isn’t always your cup of tea…
Absolutely nothing mate, absolutely nothing.
Beatfreeks announced as an official Do It For Real Partner bringing £10,000 to aspiring young social entrepreneurs in Birmingham.