Spring 2021: The Global Voices Issue
International education is at a critical moment of reflection and re-envisioning what our field will look like in the years to come. 2020 created new challenges, exposed ongoing inequalities, and caused unprecedented disruption to the international education community sparking innovations, questioning the status quo, and forcing us to plan for a ‘new normal’. It is more evident than ever that internationalization is not a monolithic concept, but a diverse collection of actions, strategies, and approaches based on local, national, and regional contexts. In the Spring 2021 magazine, The Global Voices Issue, we delve into that global context by assembling on-the-ground updates from voices from around the world on what is happening, how international education is being affected, and where we’re heading.
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Table of Contents
- A Message from Clare Overmann
- Engaging with Marginalized International Voices in the “New Normal”
- Fáilte!: Supporting International Students in a COVID World
- Pandemic Learning: How Thailand’s Education System Combats the Global Health Crisis
- The Pacific Islands: It’s Not Our Fault They’re Beautiful
- While You Were Away: New Zealand’s Journey to a More Inclusive International Education Experience
- International Education: Looking at Indian Student Mobility through a New Lens
- Interview with Paul Turner, Head of IIE East Asia
- Latin America and the Caribbean: The Battle Against COVID-19 in Education
- Interview with Jamal Alsayyed, IIE Director of Middle East Programs
- What is a Home Community in a Newly Virtual World?
- Industry-Academia Partnerships: A Catalyst for Job Creation