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Independent Longitudinal Survey into the Results Upon Jewish Continuity and Leadership Development Affected by Aish Fellowships UK

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In 2003 MORI conducted five-minute telephone interviews with a random
sample of 258 Aish Fellowships alumni from a total database of 1,334
who attended the programme between 1993-2001.
The average time lapse between the survey and Fellowships participation for those questioned
was 3.1 years.
Professor Robert Worcester, Chairman of MORI, commented "These results from the MORI
research among those who have been involved indicate that the Aish Fellowships provide a
potent tool for effecting continuity in the Jewish community."

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Market Opinion Research International Independent Longitudinal Survey into the Results Upon Jewish Continuity and Leadership Development Affected by Aish Fellowships UK. Market Opinion Research International. 2003:  https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-uk100
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