Calendar of events

Child Protection Foundation Workshop

7–8 February 2023
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Inclusion via diversity, equity & anti-racism (I-DEA) Foundation Workshop

14–16 February 2023
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International University Fair | Doha

8 March 2023
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Blog banner | How to talk to kids about the climate crisis

How to talk to kids about the climate crisis

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Blog banner | Is accreditation an effective way to advance inclusion via diversity, equity and anti-racism?

Is accreditation an effective way to advance inclusion via diversity, equity and anti-racism?

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Blog banner | You belong here. The scaffold of belonging is everybody’s business

You belong here. The scaffold of belonging is everybody’s business

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Blog banner | Teaching about consent and boundaries

Teaching about consent and boundaries

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Blog banner | Recognizing and addressing identity-based harm in schools

Recognizing and addressing identity-based harm in schools

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Blog Banner | Student well-being perspectives on cross cultural transitions to higher education

Student well-being perspectives on cross cultural transitions to higher education

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...working collaboratively to shape international education through professional services to schools, higher education institutions, and individuals. Global citizenship is the centre of everything we do at CIS to support our members.

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Global Citizenship & Intercultural Learning Deep Dive workshop

16–17 March 2023

Global Recognition

of CIS International Accreditation

I-DEA Foundation Workshop

Inclusion via Diversity, Equity & Anti-Racism

14–16 February

News

 

In a recent CIS project, we asked students from schools and universities about their experiences. Their insights will help practitioners in schools and universities understand the needs of international secondary students transitioning to higher education. The insights will help them consider how to best meet student needs through their transitions programming, drawing on data provided by 94 international students.