LCC Business and Innovation applies the imagination and resourcefulness of our students, and graduates to the challenges faced by today’s society. Our Students and the College collectively have a commitment to social justice, collaborating with a variety of academic, corporate, non-profit, and government organisations, creating bespoke partnerships to help solve societies big challenges by creating innovative concepts, services and experiences.
LCC Talent Works is a new programme that gives recent London College of Communication graduates paid freelance jobs with social enterprises, charities and community groups.
The Refugee Journalism Project supports refugee and exiled journalists to re-start their careers in the UK. Vivienne Francis, Course Leader for BA (Hons) Journalism, has played a key role in setting up the project.
Shop Front was a pop-up design studio sited in the Elephant and Castle shopping centre, offering creative designs and support to the local businesses and traders.
Graduates from London College of Communication created an installation for Southwark Council to encourage local people to use the Santander Cycle Hire docking station in Elephant and Castle.
MA Service Experience Design and Innovation students from London College of Communication explored how Camden Home Library Service could be transformed to enhance its social value.
Plan International UK
Students from MA Service Experience Design and Innovation worked with Plan International UK to design new ways to show the collective voice of supporters for the charity's upcoming campaigns.
As part of LCC Talent Works, Postgraduate Diploma Design for Visual Communication graduate Sarah Jane Hammoudeh created a social media strategy for Change Please.
Child Poverty Action Group
BA (Hons) Animation students from London College of Communication created animations for the Child Poverty Action Group showing how children can experience poverty.