New Report: Social Justice and Sustainable Change
Released in April 2016, this report yields the first results from our 10-year impact study. Based on survey responses from 1,861 IFP alumni, the report 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.
Read the Press Release (April 2016)
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The IFP Alumni Tracking Study Issue Brief Series explores thematic issues related to IFP and its alumni, including social justice, leadership, community development, equity in education, and economic development. The series is meant to examine IFP through various research and analytical lenses and provide scholars, practitioners, and the IFP community with points of discussion and debate.
Disability is not Inability (June 2016)
Promoting Gender Equity: Lessons from the IFP Fellowship (October 2015)
International Scholarships for Equity in Higher Education (April 2015)
Exploring "Change Readiness" and IFP Social Impact (November 2014)
2012 IFP Alumni Data Snapshot
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