The global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted much of our way of life. Whilst it shouldn’t take a pandemic and loss of life, is there now a real opportunity to transition to a new economic model that works for all people and the planet?
Watch our insightful panel discussion covering racism and engineering with panellists; Dr Udonna Okeke who founded the BAME Girls in Engineering project; Georgia Thompson co-founder of D-vers-ty and Mara Makoni, External Relations Lead at the Association for Black and Minority Ethnic Engineers UK.
Attend our next virtual panel discussion where our panelists will explore the current state of representation in the sector and question what actions need to be taken to provide opportunities and welcome a more diverse cohort of engineers.
As a member of Engineers Without Borders UK, you are invited to contribute to a review of the Engineering Council’s revised Sustainability Guidance to ensure a more globally responsible sector for all people and the planet.
Watch the UK & Ireland Engineering for People Design Challenge Grand Finals. This year 1,025 student teams from the UK and Ireland took part in this year’s Design Challenge, find out which teams took home the awards, hear from CEO Katie Cresswell-Maynard and from our friends at the Makers Valley Partnership.
Big engineering, local context: The importance of community consultation
Listen to our virtual panel discussion, Big engineering, local context: The importance of community consultation talking to Simon Sizwe Mayson from the Makers Valley Partnership, Jenny Irvine from Black & Veatch and Franklin Kirimi from Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI).