Congratulations to the 2021 Cambridge Social Innovation Prize winners, awarded by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.
The £10,000 awards are made annually to extraordinary founder-CEOs of scale-up social enterprises to support their growth as leaders. Mentoring from experts at Cambridge Judge Business School and support from an expanding community of social innovators at Trinity Hall will help them to develop the skills, resources and networks they need to create more impact from their work.
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast: the social justice of criminal justice, we hear from winner Sashy Nathan, who is a solicitor and one of the directors of Commons Legal, a social enterprise criminal law firm in London.
Sashy discusses what motivated him and his co-founders to create a social enterprise law firm with social justice at the heart of its work.
Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation
Cambridge Social Ventures
The Cambridge Social Innovation Prize
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