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The digital divide of Latin America

A blog on connectivity in Latin America by José F. Otero, a student on the MSt in Social Innovation programme. Written by José F. Otero, VP Latin America & Caribbean at 5G Americas and student of the MSt in Social…

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Food security

Nutrition and education beyond COVID-19 from Professor Jaideep Prabhu. Reducing food waste through innovation can play an important role in eliminating hunger and malnutrition as the world looks beyond the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis, Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School…

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Supporting social enterprise leaders to respond to the pandemic

Announcing the social entrepreneurs shortlisted for the 2020 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at the University of Cambridge. From fighting loneliness on your morning jog, to rethinking land ownership, to…

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Golden stars.

REACH Ely Team record a podcast

The research team of the REACh Ely project has recorded the first podcast to talk about the project’s progress, challenges that churches in smaller communities are facing, and future implications. The REACH Ely team recording their podcast Listen to the podcast Alternatively,…

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Cambridge Social Ventures and COVID-19

Social ventures adapting to issues posed by the coronavirus pandemic. The goal of the Cambridge Social Ventures programme, part of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, is to support a range of businesses that have positive social and environmental impacts.…

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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.

Five things you should know about digital gender-based violence (DGBV), and ways to curb it

Dr Lilia Giugni, Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation and co-founder and CEO of GenPol, shares five insights everyone should know about digital gender-based violence (DGBV). Dr Lilia Giugni, a Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for…

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