One of our core beliefs is that by working with diverse organisations – be they in the private or public sector – we surface new ideas and approaches, and possible solutions to big tech challenges that impact on young people, wherever they are.
But we can’t do this on our own. None of us can. We need to connect, collaborate, partner and galvanise all our efforts in addressing some of the most important tech issues and questions of our time.
We also need to lead by example. We have to work together in formal and informal ways to raise the visibility socially and economically excluded young people from diverse backgrounds. This takes effort. And it won’t alway’s turn out the way we expect – but we must try.
Though ThinkNation partnerships and collaborations, we can leverage ideas and insights of organisations beyond the echo chamber, while smashing silos.
A few of our partners and collaborators...
We’re proud to have worked with a range of business, educational, arts, creative and tech organisations – from local to global. Here’s just a few of them:
- The Gulbenkian
- University of Kent
- National Cyber Crime Unit
- Spark Film Production
- Kollektiv Gallery
- BFI Film Academy
- Screen South
- The Marlowe Dance Company
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Whether you want to discover what matters to young people, scout and empower untapped talent, create unique, distinct documentaries and content, collaborate or produce a world-class event, we’re here to talk.