The way we work and go about our daily lives has changed over the past two years. Coronavirus has accelerated changes in the workforce and worsened existing inequalities, shifting the jobs and skills in demand and access to opportunities.
Housing, skills and employment support are vital to empowering communities and helping people access opportunities in places of need. How will the government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda enable more localised approaches to the future of work and how will the UK Shared Prosperity Fund join up jobs, skills and housing in response?
At our annual Housing, Learning and Work Conference, hosted with Communities that Work, we brought together the social housing, employment and skills sectors to explore how prosperity can be shared across communities, learn from innovative practice and support social tenants to level up employment and skills.