SYLFFSasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund
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The University of Copenhagen, founded in 1479 and the largest Danish institution of higher learning, received its SYLFF endowment in 1991.
Speeches were also made by two of three SYLFF Prize winners in 2004, including Goran Svilanovic, former Minister of Foreign Affairs for Serbia and Montenegro, who was selected for his longstanding and ongoing leadership, and for his human rights efforts.
Following the celebration, representatives of SYLFF-endowed institutions participated in a four-day meeting to strengthen collaboration and interaction among SYLFF institutions and fellows, and to address the challenges of globalization and higher education.