From Reed In Partnership, their insights from the Learning and Work Institute’s annual Employment and Skills Convention, where experts came together to share learning about how best to drive the UK’s labour market recovery.

Last week saw community organisations, employment and skills providers and a range of government partners come together.

You can find an interactive programme of the event here on the Learning and Work Institute’s website, with all sessions available to watch.

A major theme was the way in which the pandemic has amplified pre-existing inequalities in both employment and health, with young people, disabled people and ethnic minority communities seeing the most negative impacts.

Here’s a link to the full post –