Tackling racism, what works? Common missteps to avoid plus resources to help

What does it mean to purposefully and intentionally 'tackle' racism? And how will we hold ourselves accountable to each other and for the young people we serve in international education? We asked speakers from our upcoming Tackling Racism Workshop Series to identify some of the common missteps that educational leaders and educators make in their goal to address and tackle racism.

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CIS Symposium 2020 Leiden

Global citizenship is an often-used term and means different things to different people. Setting the tone for 2020, our Symposia on Intercultural Learning will provide a stage for a diverse group of international educators to present their latest research and techniques from their own cultural perspectives and contexts across the globe.

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Schools providing Chinese students with an international education typically have a staff that includes both Chinese and foreign teachers and school leaders. The development of the skills that students need to be successful learners in an environment beyond China, assumes that the teachers have the understandings and skills to foster intercultural learning and competencies.

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How student recruitment tours support students on their path of global citizenship and benefit admissions staff

Our CIS team works with over 600 member universities in 34 countries, all of whom are eager to enroll students with a global perspective. Through our work, we help to facilitate an important link between students at our CIS member schools and the universities who are interested in enrolling them.

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