What does failure mean and what are the consequences?
Join us in an interactive research workshop as we discuss the latest research findings on failure amongst social entrepreneurs and explore the consequences of failure not only for individual social entrepreneurs but for their social mission.
Your views will help set the direction of current research projects and future support for how failure is dealt with in social entrepreneurship.
Places are limited to 28 people.
Roxanne Persaud is a long term third sector “pracademic” – making links between practice and academic work on charities and social enterprises. At the moment she is in the middle of a PhD study on failure in social entrepreneurship and working with several support agencies to make use of her findings as they emerge. To find out more, follow Roxanne on twitter @commutiny
Katie Thorlby is a Researcher at UnLtd. She recently completed a PhD exploring how projects, particularly faith-based ones, are supporting women to exit prostitution through the operation of social enterprises.
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