Two Minutes with Katherine Ladd—Winner of the 95 New Theses Prize

By JubileeCentre 23 Nov 2017

To mark the 500th anniversary of Luther’s 95 theses, the Jubilee Centre, in collaboration with Christian Heritage and KLICE, launched a project to compile a set of new theses for today, or ’95 ways to change the world’.

A £500 prize was awarded to Katherine Ladd, whose thesis 'Broken Chains' demonstrated a strong original idea with a realistic plan for implementation.

Katherine studies English at St John’s College, Cambridge and is the founder of Treated Right, a project to stand against human trafficking and exploitation by raising money and awareness.

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