What does social justice mean and how is study abroad a catalyst for it?
We'll answer with another question—who better to hear from than those who have experienced (and regularly teach) study abroad as a form of social justice? We spoke with Yazmin Baptiste, IES Abroad Rabat and Rome alum and our 2019 Global Citizen of the Year, and Professor David Neita, IES Abroad London faculty member, lawyer, poet, and highly-renowned social justice practitioner, on how both students and international educators can be conduits of change abroad and what that looks like in practice. They are joined by IES Abroad Associate Vice President of Diversity Recruiting & Advising, Gretchen Cook-Anderson, who provides context and connections.
Learn more about IES Abroad's committment to diversity and social justice and explore our student-focused diversity resources.