Human Values Foundation to be profiled in prestigious Cambridge University Students’ Union digital publication

Pioneering charity, Human Values Foundation has been selected to appear in a new digital publication entitled Cambridge Strategies, which showcases top employers and digital innovators from around the world, and provides insights into today’s ever-changing professional and academic landscapes.

Published by Cambridge University Students’ Union (CUSU) and its official publisher, St James’s House, Cambridge Strategiesincludes an eBook, website, app and marketing campaign aimed at high-calibre students.

“Cambridge Strategies is a groundbreaking global campaign that delivers thought-provoking content in an interactive and user-friendly format,” says Richard Freed, Chief Executive of St James’s House. “The website not only identifies leaders in education and an extensive range of professional opportunities, but also provides a digital platform for discussing some of the most pressing issues within education and employment – such as the increasing need for digital skills.”

The inclusion of the Human Values Foundation provides the project with invaluable insight. Its experiential learning resources enable young people to systematically nurture their “values literacy”. Engaging activities progressively integrate all aspects of their development – intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual and physical. This deeply meaningful approach promotes well-being and excellence, with inspired participants consciously choosing life-enhancing values to guide their thinking, decision-making and behaviour.

A truly international project, Cambridge Strategies will engage with an informed and influential audience of global talent, including the University of Cambridge’s 22,000 students, members of the Cambridge Alumni Association, more than 50,000 educational institutions from over 190 countries and the senior management of companies on all the major global indices.

“It’s a real privilege to work with CUSU and profiled organisations such as Human Values Foundation,” says Richard Freed. “Human Values Foundation has a great deal to offer, and we are very pleased to announce their input in this unique digital publication.”

The Cambridge Strategies eBook and app can be accessed via the project’s website at www.cambridge-strategies.org