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Educating Global Citizens through International Partnerships for Social Justice
University Partnerships for International Development (2016)
  • Kati Bell, Global Education Office, Dominican University of California
Abstract
US universities are increasingly addressing issues of equity and social justice through global learning programs with international partners. Growing numbers of universities now prioritize the development and implementation of international programs such as study abroad, and service learning to fulfill components of missions and visions focused on educating global citizens. This chapter discusses how global citizenship goals intersect with social justice education through global learning programs such as study abroad and global service learning. It also describes the conceptual frameworks that inform teaching and learning in this domain and highlights current examples of partnerships and overseas institutions that focus on goals of social justice and developing the global citizen. Finally, this chapter will discuss future challenges for US universities in further developing international partnerships for social justice.
Keywords
  • Global citizenship,
  • study abroad,
  • transformative learning,
  • social change,
  • partnerships,
  • social justice
Publication Date
2016
Editor
Patrick Blessinger and Barbara Cozza
Publisher
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Series
Innovations in Higher EducationTeaching and Learning
ISBN
978-1-78635-302-3
Citation Information
Kati Bell. "Educating Global Citizens through International Partnerships for Social Justice" Bingly, United KingdomUniversity Partnerships for International Development Vol. 8 (2016) p. 19 - 36
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kati_bell/26/