The case of unpaid work schemes is getting out of hand in the UK. Many graduates are working for free, on 6-month internships, without having the slightest clue as to whether they will land at a paid job once their internship expires. As such, they are investing time and money on the idea of a job.
On Saturday I will be presenting a paper at Warwick’s Graduate Conference in Political Theory. My paper will be on multiculturalism; specifically, how the proclamations that multiculturalism is dead (or irrelevant or morally wrong) are mistaken. The principal claim will be that one cannot talk about “multiculturalism” or about “multiculturalists” as if they are a coherent group.
I’m George Iordanou, welcome to my blog. This is where I publish thoughts on politics, philosophy and whatever life I manage to live. My outlook on life is fairly predictable considering that I once wrote a PhD on multicultural citizenship and that I currently work in the humanitarian sector. You can also find me on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You can contact me here.