Together we change lives

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    SSE in a nutshell

    We help 1,000 people a year develop the skills, strengths and networks they need to tackle society’s biggest problems. Our network of schools spans the UK, Canada and India

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    Our impact

    Social entrepreneurs on our biggest UK programme help 328,000 people while creating meaningful jobs, and we're championing diverse leadership

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    Meet the founder of Shine ALOUD

    Rianna recently wrote for The Independent about the lack of black women in conversations about PrEP. Discover what else she's been up to since completing our programme.

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    How to adapt your social business for a low carbon economy

    New programme for business leaders in Bristol who want to respond to the climate emergency.

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    Congrats Ali!

    CEO Alastair Wilson listed in PwC Inspirational 50 to celebrate 50 years of Pride and the Stonewall Uprising.

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    10 empowering quotes for women in business

    Check out these empowering quotes from SSE staff and students to remind you that you’re exactly where you belong.

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    Tackling knife crime

    Charles, CEO of SSE Midlands, explains how he’s facilitating conversations between social entrepreneurs and the police to tackle the region’s tragic youth crime problem.

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    Stress less, be your best

    Learn how to lead social change without burning out in this 1-day workshop in London.

  • HRH The Duchess of Cambridge walks with RHS Director General Sue Biggs (C) and community gardener Nicola Freshwater at RHS It's Your Neighbourhood group King Henry's Walk Garden in Islington. The visit comes as it was announced the Duchess will design the RHS garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show with landscape architects Davies White, Jan 15, 2019..


    Meet Marnie, co-founder of The Garden Classroom

    Marnie's social enterprise provides urban children and adults with outdoor experiences that stimulate respect for nature.