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Empowering young girls at every level: the story of GirlLead SA

“Creating a network of young women who become leaders and transform their communities as well as the country.” These are the words of Mahlogonolo Mashile, one of the founding team members at the GirLead SA alongside Nolukhanya Mqhayi. Both members…

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A classroom of South African students.

The Gratitude Project: Empowering the minds of young women through wellness practices and sexual health education

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic exposed the social inconsistencies in how we all go about our daily lives. It shed light on mental health issues as well as the value of wellness practices like meditation and yoga. The Gratitude Project, led…

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The Gratitude Project.

Building resilience and transforming communities: the story of Imbokodo LaunchPad

Physical spaces for community capacity-building are becoming increasingly scarce in today's rapidly urbanising world, particularly in communities that need them the most. Jazzman Simelane and his team at Imbokodo LaunchPad identified the need for these spaces in the township community…

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Imbokodo Launchpad beneficiaries.

Financial Times: Letter – Biden’s debt write-off plan helps the wrong students

Ryan Taylor, MBA student (2021) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is the author of a letter to the Financial Times regarding Biden’s debt write-off plan. “After graduating, I worked hard and made paying off my student loans my priority. Now…

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Fostering health-related change through animated videos: the story of Aganang Skills Academy

In today's fast-changing world, where poverty and inequality are still on the rise, we need creative and innovative ways to educate marginalised communities about health issues, particularly sexual health. This is a gap Aganang Skills Academy is bridging in Tsakane,…

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Members of Aganang Skills Academy.

Cambridge Judge Dean Professor Mauro Guillén appointed President-Elect by Spain’s Royal Foundation Princess of Asturias

Professor Mauro Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, has been nominated President-elect of the Royal Foundation Princess of Asturias in Spain. The board of trustees voted on 26 May at a meeting in Oviedo to make the appointment effective…

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Cambridge Judge Dean Professor Mauro Guillén appointed President-Elect by Spain’s Royal Foundation Princess of Asturias.

LSE: Evidence from Greece – The potential pitfalls of using education as a welfare policy instrument

Christos Genakos, Professor of Economics Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authors this article on policymakers often using education as a welfare policy instrument. Education, with its multifaceted role, is a key social policy instrument that has been used to address inequality…

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Financial Times: Business schools’ rivals — and partners

Cambridge Judge is mentioned in this article about rivalry and partnerships in business education. If business schools are to protect or grow their share of the executive education market, they must remove the barriers to launching courses more quickly and…

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Diversity leadership

Diversity and business schools: leading the way, or still some way to go? Business schools need to take steps beyond recruitment to also create an inclusive and supportive environment for under-represented groups to ensure progress in racial, ethnic and gender…

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Diversity leadership.

Ipswich Star: ‘It’s Rocket Science!’ – Inside a new science centre and space academy near Ipswich

Deborah Ball, Founder of Kinetic Science, has launched ‘It’s Rocket Science!’, a new science centre and space academy in Claydon, near Ipswich. Kinetic Science, a charity which inspires children to consider science and maths as career options, was previously on…

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