The South West Creative Technology Network brings together leading tech pioneers to showcase the future for immersive technologies

Discover layers of complex narratives surrounding historical artefacts, learn British Sign Language with your baby using AR and surround yourself with natural soundscapes from around the world First ever Augmented Reality book to inspire families to use British Sign Language … Continue reading

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BAFTA award-winning director Victoria Mapplebeck unveils The Waiting Room – a new documentary and virtual reality project tracing her breast cancer journey from diagnosis to recovery

When Victoria Mapplebeck was diagnosed with breast cancer, she decided to record each step of her journey from diagnosis to recovery. Shot entirely on an iPhone X, Victoria filmed her time in waiting rooms, surgery, consultations, CT scans and chemotherapy. … Continue reading

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85 Percent of Fathers Say They Would Do Anything to Be Very Involved In Caring for Their New Child, but Are Still Taking on Far Less than Mothers, Finds State of the World’s Fathers Report

Global report produced by gender equality organization Promundo, co-coordinator of MenCare: A Global Fatherhood Campaign, calls for accelerated action to close the care gap “I believe there shouldn’t be a distinction between which chores men can do and what women … Continue reading

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Join Promundo at the Women Deliver 2019 Conference in Vancouver! Full list of events available below.

Wednesday, June 5 State of the World’s Fathers 2019: Accelerating Global Progress on Men’s Caregiving When: 12:00pm – 1:30pm PDT, Wednesday, June 5Where: West Building, Room 211, LEVEL 2What: Hosted by Promundo and Dove Men+Care, join the launch of State of the … Continue reading

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Promundo’s Gary Barker and Michael Kaufman Honored in Apolitical’s List of 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy for 2019

On May 29, Apolitical announced it “100 Most Influential People Working in Gender Policy 2019” list, noting Promundo’s President and CEO Gary Barker, as well as Senior Fellow Michael Kaufman, amongst prominent thought leaders and activists around the world. Apolitical, a global … Continue reading

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Award-winning female-led creative company Anagram, launch innovative public art project, which looks to the future of Shakespeare’s hometown

For centuries, Stratford-upon-Avon has celebrated its illustrious status as the hometown of William Shakespeare. But what’s it like to be a local resident, sharing a town with millions of visitors from all over the world? What might the future look … Continue reading

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Get Up, Stand Up Now

A major new exhibition celebrating the past 50 years of Black creativity in Britain and beyond opens this summer at Somerset House, London Beginning with the radical Black filmmaker Horace Ové and his dynamic circle of Windrush generation creative peers … Continue reading

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Women in VR: ANAGRAM to premiere theatrical VR experience at Tribeca exploring our relationship with power

ANAGRAM, award-winning immersive experience designers and residents at Watershed’s Pervasive Media Studio, will premiere profound and playful experience The Collider at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The Collider is a machine, built to decode the mysteries of human relationships. Its mission: to identify and … Continue reading

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The South West Creative Technology Network announce Immersion Prototype Teams

The South West Creative Technology Network (SWCTN) have just announced their successful Immersion Prototype teams.  The making phase will now commence and run through April, May, June with a final showcase at the end of June 2019.  Congratulations to all! … Continue reading

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UK aid project helps cut violence against women by more than half in Democratic Republic of Congo

A UK aid project has dramatically reduced women’s experience of domestic and sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). A project working to challenge the social acceptance of violence against women and girls (VAWG) in the DRC saw … Continue reading

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