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TEKANO - HESA Apr 11
Surjit Uppal of in Kleinmond, Western Cape working with Cohort II Fellows on e-learning platforms
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Tracey Malawana🇿🇦 Apr 8
Haben Girma, an American disability rights advocate, and the first deafblind graduate of Harvard Law School. Giving a talk about inclusive access and belonging at conference 2019.
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Rashad Robinson 8 Nov 17
Proud to be named one of the for Racial Equity. Ready to collaborate and strategize new ways to dismantle white supremacy.
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Ken Burns Jul 24
Leadership is a wonderful thing to behold: Meet the first : activists, artists, journalists, health professionals and policymakers collaborating across the globe:
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ColorOfChange.org 8 Nov 17
Our ED, has been named one of the for Racial Equity. .Meet his fellows!
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Trinity College Dublin Jul 24
The programme is one of seven programmes working across disciplines and borders to solve some of the world’s most pressing social problems. Read about their work, focused on better understanding dementia, at:
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LSE WPS Nov 2
Inequality is NOT inevitable. Are you an activist, a social leader, committed to change, working to tackle inequality? The programme is open to new applications.
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Claire Sexton Jun 6
“Sleep and Neurodegeneration: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives from the Global Brain Health Institute” symposium at .
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Noluthando Ndlovu Jul 25
Proud to part of the global community. Excited to collaborate with these outstanding people working to advance fairer, healthier, more inclusive societies.
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Dallas Goldtooth 8 Nov 17
Yo check it!! Proud to have been named one of the for Racial Equity and ready to work for !!
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TL 8 Nov 17
Humble thanks to for investing in me & moving the world toward .
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NelsonMandela 10 Nov 17
"Whatever the time it will take, we will not tire. The very fact that racism degrades both the perpetrator & the victim commands that, if we are true to our commitment to protect human dignity, we fight on until victory is achieved"
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Juanita Wheeler Apr 19
"A Cape Town photographer who uses drone images to highlight the stark inequalities between poor and wealthy urban areas has been named as a finalist for a UN award." Congratulations
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Kerry Cullinan Mar 6
Attending which is developing a collective of strong health leaders for the future. Proud that has 2 and as first graduates from this program today!
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Obenewa 8 Nov 17
I'm honored to be part of the inaugural cohort of for Racial Equity & to work alongside so many outstanding activists
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Dr. Catherine Jordan 25 Mar 18
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AFRE Global Jul 31
“25 years from now I see a world where Black people have garnered the power to foster the development of sustainable alternatives to capitalism that ensure their unalienable right to democracy is materialized.” - Richard Wallace
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Kate Raworth Sep 21
What do you get if you mash up The Divide, Doughnut Economics and Three Horizons Thinking? We've been finding out this week at with the fantastic . It's been a privilege & pleasure to teach with , and .
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Community Coalition 8 Nov 17
Congratulations to our President & CEO, Alberto Retana, on being named one of the for Racial Equity!
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Rhodes Trust Jul 24
Meet the first : 267 leaders working across borders and disciplines to solve some of today’s most pressing problems. (1/2)
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