Promoting Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion through Internationalisation at Home in Ireland

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Abstract

This poster on 'Promoting Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion through Internationalisation at Home in Ireland' was presented at the South East Technological University Equitas - EDI in Higher Education Conference held on May 25-26, 2023. It focuses on Internationalisation at Home (IaH) and highlights the pathways in which Irish HEIs can embed IaH in third-level curricula addressing inequalities in internationalisation experiences.

As student mobility remains limited to a privileged few, this poster showcases how IaH can provide inclusive international and intercultural learning opportunities for all students, irrespective of their participation in mobility programs. This research aligns with the United Nations #SDGs, emphasising our commitment to fostering global citizenship and advancing equitable education. Let's embrace diversity, promote equality, and prepare students for the global world of work, both abroad and at home in Ireland.
Original languageEnglish (Ireland)
Publication statusPublished - 25 May 2023
EventSETU Equitas HE (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education) Conference - SETU Waterford, Waterford, Ireland
Duration: 25 May 202326 May 2023
https://www.setu.ie/events/south-east-technological-university-equitas-he-equality-diversity-and-inclusion-in-higher-education-nbsp-conference

Conference

ConferenceSETU Equitas HE (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education) Conference
Country/TerritoryIreland
CityWaterford
Period25/05/202326/05/2023
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Keywords

  • Internationalisation at Home
  • EDI
  • Inclusion
  • Internationalisation in Higher Education
  • International Education
  • SDG
  • sustainable learning communities
  • Internationalisation of Curriculum

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