Shot in Nairobi as well as in Mombasa, Kenya, we weaved a narrative based around the research of Dr. Maggy Ainley, alongside the insights of various educators and students from previous LSE cohorts, as well as experts from the United Nations, Amnesty International and the World Wide Web Foundation.s.
Our film served as a key tool for the funding of PfAL initiatives, allowing for the launch of LSE’s Africa Engagement Programme, a PfAL initiative aimed at strengthening LSE’s engagement toward Africa’s private and public institutions that offer career opportunities to future African graduates.
One thing that has become clear during 2020 and the COVID era, is that the businesses of the future are the ones who will put employees, suppliers, partners, and communities first, as well as stakeholders. Adopting or shifting to this mindset is something that requires leadership. In September 2019, UPPL founder shared key takeaways learned during the LSE project with an audience gathered at Montreal's PHI Center, in the context of a keynote on sustainability powered by Dynamo