The problem of inequality is as old as society itself. But it appears in shifting forms – from the care deficit to the housing crisis. Many of our traditional approaches to social change – politics, philanthropy, protest – feel stagnant, mal-adapted, or built to fail.
With the growth of tech, unprecedented access to data, and the democratic potential of online movements, opportunities for individuals to make an impact are growing fast. We believe these changes could spawn radical new approaches to social action – and we need a new kind of education to match.
Year Here is a postgraduate course for people who want to learn from, and design with, those hit hardest by inequality.