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Social Impact, ChangeSchool expert advising the UN Rapporteur on education rights for minorities in South Asia

Professor Marie Lall, Education lead at ChangeSchool, with Fernand de Varennes the UN Special Rapporteur on minority issues, have just concluded policy formulation on education minority rights at a regional forum in Bangkok. She was in a team of 9 experts advising the UN representative

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Bush House, Kings College London

Leadership for Government Excellence Programme

ChangeSchool working with King’s Business School, King’s College London (KBS) recently led a month-long executive education programme for a delegation of 60 senior Egyptian Civil Servants .

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Executive education and faculty development for Colombian Universities

ChangeSchool and UWE Bristol deliver an inception seminar on Developing entrepreneurial universities in Colombia. Rectors and Directors from 12 universities attended this executive education session.

Creative Spark conference

ChangeSchool partnerships secure 12 national winners

In each country, an international jury judging the completion, chose one country winner (national champion)  from the nine finalists. Also, the jury selected winners in each of the social, digital and technology categories for each country.

In addition to the national champions, ChangeSchool also produced 12 winners in various categories across 5 countries at national levels.


Award for Marie Lall in British Parliament's House of Commons

Professor Marie Lall who leads our faculty development and HE transformation was  honoured at the UK House of Commons yesterday evening for being one of the 100 most influential people in India UK relations.

She was the only educationist amongst a list that includes current ministers, MPs, diplomats, and women in business and tech. She received the award for her services to education and building cross border partnerships. The award also celebrates women’s leadership and diversity.

- Viren Lall, London