The Equity Policy Map
The Global Equity Policy Map represents a first attempt to build an international database on national equity policies in higher education. The first report looking at these policies “All around the world – Higher education equity policies across the globe” can be accessed here.
The information on each country was obtained by consulting official websites, official documents, academic publications and the advice of government officials or academics. All errors of interpretation of analysis remain, however, the responsibility of the research team.
We want to continue to update the map and invite you to contact us at Access@WorldAccessHE.com to complete the templates on existing countries or add information on new countries.
The “Measuring the Impact of Equity Promotion Policies: Lessons from National and Institutional Case Studies” report was written by Jamil Salmi and launched at the second World Access to Higher Education Day.
The report is a follow-up study on the 2018 “All around the world – Higher education equity policies across the globe” report to explore which equity promotion policies seem most successful, and to assess under what circumstances some policies work better than others.
The study focused on a small sample of countries from all corners of the planet: Australia, Austria, Colombia, South Africa and Vietnam.
It was supported by the Lumina Foundation, an independent, private foundation in Indianapolis that is committed to making opportunities for learning beyond high school available to all.