Month: July 2014
Since launching our Social Norms Enterprise Awards last week, we have had a staggering response with people voting in their thousands!
If you haven’t yet voted for who you want to win our first ever Enterprise Award, please do not delay! You can view the fantastic entries and place your all important vote here.
So whether or not your local school has made the shortlist or you just really enjoy one of the campaigns, please support and vote for your favourite NOW!
The voting will close at 5pm Wednesday 16th July with the winner to be announced shortly after.
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From Breakfast Selfies to Reverse Graffiti smoking campaigns, Young People have taken the Social Norms approach to unprecedented and outrageously new levels this year.
They have inspired each other by flying the ‘flag of truth’ all across the UK in a bid to challenge perceptions and empower others with the more positive reality.
These awards have been created in recognition of the mind-blowingly creative ideas they have delivered during our Enterprise Days this term.
The campaigns are making measurable differences to the attitudes, perceptions and behaviours of their peers. They are disrupting communities. They are fighting back against the media misers who continually write them off. And the message is getting through loud and clear.
But in the end, there can only be one winner…! Read the rest of this entry »
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