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Training people in Scotland to be community organisers

Dr Neil Stott and Dr Michelle Fava from Cambridge Judge Business School's Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation are collaborating with the Development Trust Association of Scotland to create training resources for people and organisations who want to affect local development…

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Dr Neil Stott and Dr Michelle Fava

BME National: A history of BME housing associations

A new study from Cambridge Judge Business School examines how Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) housing associations in England developed and evolved since the 1948 “Windrush generation”. The study co-authored by Dr Neil Stott and Michelle Fava from the Centre…

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Seven decades on

A study at Cambridge Judge Business School examines how Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) housing associations in England developed and evolved since the 1948 'Windrush generation'. There have been many academic studies on the persistence of racial inequality, resistance to…

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Enterprising fellows

Bruno Cotta and Dr Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School are named new Fellows of Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, in focus on enterprise and social innovation. Photo credit: Lucy Cavendish College Bruno Cotta, Executive Director of the…

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New fellows at Lucy Cavendish College.

200 years later

A research symposium on human trafficking, co-ordinated with the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, looks at refugees, recruitment, routes and other troublesome "Rs" of modern slavery. Winding their way up an ornate iron spiral staircase, delegates to a special symposium…

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Handy inclusion

Newly published Handbook of Inclusive Innovation is co-edited by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge and includes several contributions from the School. Professor Paul Tracey A newly published book on inclusive innovation, co-edited by Paul Tracey, Professor of Innovation &…

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Handbook of Inclusive Innovation

Social engagement

The work of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation is featured in the Impact through Engagement series of films by the University of Cambridge. Dr Neil Stott and Dr Michelle Fava from the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge…

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An experienced woman mentors a female colleague, the mature woman is holding a laptop as they debate data from an interactive display; they are both wearing smart casual clothing.

Beneficial charging of beneficiaries

Fears that charities could weaken their legitimacy by charging for services are not borne out by the data, concludes a new study from the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Lacking empirical research, charity leaders have traditionally relied upon "emotional judgements"…

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Radical cultural entrepreneurship

How do social enterprises emerge in 'extreme' situations? Research from Cambridge Judge and Naples University examines how a social cooperative launched in a mafia-riddled town in southern Italy. How do organisations that operate in extreme situations legitimise themselves? One way…

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Enterprise in Africa

Local context matters for entrepreneurship in developing countries where Western ideas of profit may not fit the 'collectivist' culture, says article by Laura Claus and Dr Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School. While "entrepreneurship" may be a hip buzzword…

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Enterprise in Africa

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