Defining Social Change as Social Action: HE's Role in Addressing Social Change

Mazia Yassim

Abstract


Recent resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement across the world is a reminder for HE institutions that we have a key role to play in enabling that our graduates are competent in creating and deliveing effective social change. This needs for us to move on from creating awareness of social issues to equipping our students to creat and deliver social action. Education and measurement are key in helping us achieve this.

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Social Action, Education

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v14i1.1138

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