Social and Economic Equity

The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity

The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program is building a catalytic, values-led global community of people who are committed to using collective leadership to work towards social and economic justice for all. By drawing on the insights of academic research, innovative social change strategies and the Fellows’ own experience and expertise, the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program is empowering a new generation of change-makers, including policy-makers, activists, researchers, practitioners and campaigners, to work together across disciplines, backgrounds and borders. Its aim is to deepen the knowledge and practical skills that Fellows need to envision and explore alternatives to the world’s deeply unequal economic, political, legal and social structures.

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About the Program

Based at the International Inequalities Institute, at the London School of Economics

Social and Economic Equity
Meet some of our Fellows

Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity are activists, policy-makers, researchers and movement-builders who believe inequality can be defeated.

Johnny Miller


Photographer, Unequal Scenes; News Fellow, Code for Africa; founder, africanDRONE Mukilteo, Wash., United St

Anjali Sarker

Program manager, The Oxford Character Project, University of Oxford

University of Oxford

Roseline Orwa

Chief executive officer and development director, Rona Foundation

Rona Foundation

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Applications for the 2024-25 program are now open and will close at 5pm UK time on 11 January 2024.

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