Part of a guest lecture series organised by the Master of Studies in Social Innovation and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.

Join our cohort of MSt in Social Innovation students for an open guest lecture with Dr Belinda Bell, Fellow in Social Innovation, Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, Cambridge Judge Business School.

In 2022 LGBTQ rights are being won in some parts of the world whilst being under sustained attack in others, notably the US and the UK. At the forefront of the culture wars has emerged the issue of trans rights, in particular the rights of trans and gender diverse children.

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Dr Belinda Bell will share her journey to becoming a trans advocate in her role as Chair of the charity Mermaids, and how she translates lessons from social innovation and social entrepreneurship into the governance of an organisation working in this challenging environment. Belinda will outline some ongoing research projects and discuss how Mermaids contributes to growing knowledge in this under-researched area.

This will be a safe and welcoming environment and there will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions.


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Date: 29 June 2022
Start Time: 17:30
End Time: 19:00

 

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Date: 29 June 2022
Start Time: 17:30
End Time: 19:00