Rushanara Ali is the shadow minister for education and young people, focusing on 14-19 apprenticeships, further education colleges, sixth form colleges, career education and youth unemployment. Prior to her election, she was associate director at the Young Foundation. She is also the co-founder of the UpRising project, which aims to develop leadership skills among 19-25 year olds.
Developing an inclusive approach to future talent
The current generation of young people are less likely to succeed than their parents were. With young people facing some of the biggest challenges in education and employment in years, how do we ensure that young people remain ambitious and aspirational, whatever their background?
You can view Rushanara Ali’s full presentation at the Future Talent Conference below: