Webinar: Inclusive Internationalization
Inclusive internationalization, as defined by the International Association of Universities, means integrating key concepts of equity, cultural diversity, social responsiveness, and mutual benefits in internationalization at education institutions. In a world divided by increased nationalism, racism, and populism, what role do postsecondary institutions play through inclusive internationalization in building bridges, connecting the local with the global, disrupting social inequalities, and collaboratively solving complex global issues.
- Elspeth Jones, Emerita Professor of the Internationalization of Higher Education at Leeds Beckett University
- Roopa Desai Trilokekar, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education at York University
- Sonja Knutson, Director of the Internationalization Office at Memorial University of Newfoundland
- Janey Lew, Senior Educational Consultant, Indigenous Initiatives at University of British Columbia
Moderated by: Jane Ngobia, Vice President of Inclusive Communities, Sheridan
inclusive education, internationalization, international education, higher education, intercultural /cross cultural education
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Jones, Elspeth; Desai, Roopa; Knutson, Sonja; Lew, Janey; and Ngobia, Jane, "Webinar: Inclusive Internationalization" (2020). International Education Week 2020. 3.