Transformative Leadership: Internationalisation for Change
Researchers from the University of Greenwich in partnership with the International Food Policy Research Institute have created a first of its kind credit scheme to cushion smallholder farmers in Kenya’s dryland areas from frequent droughts.
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PHOTO Internationalisation of higher education can no longer be seen to be practised only within and by higher education institutions. The translation of the global to the local will only impact the local community beyond the university community if intentional internationalisation activities are implemented through alumni.
PHOTO None of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs – the internationally agreed framework for tackling poverty, inequality, disease and climate change – can be achieved without the contribution of higher education through research, teaching and community engagement, networks representing 2,000 universities have told the UN.