This virtual series seeks to showcase the complex and multifaceted experiences of young people, who comprise one quarter of the total global migrant population and over half the population of forcibly displaced people, across multiple geographic locales. In doing so, it highlights the agency of young migrants as key actors in shaping, navigating, and responding to the legal frameworks, policy structures, and other social, political, and economic systems that mediate their migratory experiences. We welcome three presenters for GSPS to join us in Spring 2021.
Coming in 2021
Global Community-Engaged Learning Course Development Institute
The Global Center and the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning Service-Learning Program are launching a Global Community-Engaged Course Development Institute in May 2021. The purpose of the institute is to promote the creation of new, high quality community-engaged learning courses with a global learning focus.
Voices of Muslim Women in Global Perspective
In Spring 2021, the Muslim Voices project will present a virtual lecture and workshop series highlighting the diverse perspectives of Muslim women from around the world. A full line up of speakers with dates and times will be available soon.
Global Jobs in Indiana
In April 2021, the Global Center’s Indiana Language Roadmap Initiative will host a virtual panel for high school and undergraduate students to learn about global jobs in Indiana. Details and a registration link will be available in the new year at https://languageroadmap.indiana.edu/news-events/index.html