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Clore Social Leadership Programme unveils 2015 cohort

The 18 successful applicants to secure a place on the 2015 Clore Social Leadership Programme have been announced bringing the total number of Clore Social Fellowships awarded to 101.


More than 160 aspiring social leaders from across the UK applied for a place on the 2015 programme which starts in the new year.  During this time, the Fellows will attend residential courses, have a dedicated coach and mentor, undertake an extended secondment and engage in action learning set, focused reflection and practice-based research.    The new cohort has been recruited from UK-based charities, social enterprises and community organisations.  Find out more about the new cohort.


The Clore Social Leadership Programme develops individuals who have ambition to lead social change in their communities, organisations and the world around them.  It was established in 2008 by the Clore Duffield Foundation after extensive research and consultation with the third sector identified a pressing need to address the lack of succession planning for new and emerging leaders.