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Constructive Conversations: Mind the Gap! News

Watch back the latest instalment of our Constructive Conversations series – Mind the Gap! – a panel discussion exploring the current skills crisis in engineering.

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Global responsibility of engineering report News

Drawing on the experience of engineers working in the built environment sector, our latest report explores the extent to which global responsibility is embedded in engineering practice.

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Global Responsibility Competency Framework

In early 2023, Engineers Without Borders UK will launch a new Global Responsibility Competency Framework, enabling individuals and teams to understand and develop the crucial skills, knowledge and mindsets required to put a globally responsible approach into practice.

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Fight for our future: Centring advocacy in engineering News

How can we empower engineers to bridge the gulf between principles and practice and shape the industry from within? A student from the University of Warwick explores this question and more in our latest thought piece.

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Electric Vehicles: The road to inclusive transport? News

As electric vehicles move into the mainstream, are we doing enough to build truly inclusive transport systems?

Nick Daines
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Jonathan Fashanu

Find out how Jonathan, founder of DASH, is working to create better spaces for people and planet by embracing a regenerative approach to design and development.

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Mind the Gap! News

Join us on Thursday 24 November at 13:00-13:45 (GMT) for the next instalment of our Constructive Conversations series, as we explore the changes we need to see in education and industry to address the sustainability skills gap.

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Bridging the gap between research and practice News

Learn about Research & Development Without Borders, the latest organisation to be delivering the Engineering for People Design Challenge across Cameroon.

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EWB Kings College London

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