The report shares the results of the 2015 Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (IFP) Global Alumni Survey, the first round of global data collection to occur during the course of tracking study. The findings reflect the responses of 1,861 IFP alumni from 22 different countries, capturing 43% of the program population. Findings from the report can be used to drive programmatic and policy decisions and shed light on research that supports the need for widening access to higher education in an effort to combat social inequality. Social Justice and Sustainable Change shows that funding the post-graduate academic pursuits of emerging social justice leaders from marginalized groups leads to significant, measurable benefits for communities and organizations in their countries and throughout the world.
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Title: Social Justice and Sustainable Change : The Impacts of Higher Education
Publication date 2016-05-01
Publication Year 2016
, Rajika Bandhari
Institute of International Education
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, survey respondent
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