UCL Institute for Global Prosperity


Professor Henrietta Moore judges storytelling prize with a difference

8 December 2016


Director of the UCL Institute for Global Prosperity Professor Henrietta Moore is on the judging panel of an exciting new story-telling competition.

The Koreo Prize is a new national story-telling competition, in which applicants choose a key social issue, and bring that issue to life through a story or series of stories. The prize is intended as a means of encouraging young people to research 'wicked' social problems, and use story-telling as a way of engaging the wider public in the complexities and intricacies of those issues.

Professor Moore is joined by British filmmaker Baroness Beebon Kidron OBE, PwC Partner Paul Cleal and many other professionals from across the business and social entrepreneurship world.

Find out more on the Koreo website.