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The Canadian Bureau for International Education is the national voice advancing Canadian international education by creating and mobilizing expertise, knowledge, opportunity and leadership.

Whether you want to learn more about equity, diversity and inclusion; mental health; student mobility; or immigration, in this podcast, you will hear from the experts.

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The Canadian Bureau for International Education is the national voice advancing Canadian international education by creating and mobilizing expertise, knowledge, opportunity and leadership.

Whether you want to learn more about equity, diversity and inclusion; mental health; student mobility; or immigration, in this podcast, you will hear from the experts.

    Deciphering the Current US Policy Landscape: Perspectives and Potential for Canadian HEIs

    Deciphering the Current US Policy Landscape: Perspectives and Potential for Canadian HEIs

    Hosted by the International Relations Professional Learning Committee (IR-PLC) at CBIE, this panel will feature policy experts from both Canada and the United States, who will provide us with their insights on anticipated US policy changes, immigration, the landscape of Higher Education, and prospective scenarios that may have an impact upon Canadian institutions.

    • 58 min
    Internationalization and the SDGs Part 3

    Internationalization and the SDGs Part 3

    On behalf of the International Relations Professional Learning Community in Canada, we are pleased to welcome you to the Internationalization and the SDGs event. This gathering aims to provide a forum for universities and their collaborators to exchange ideas, experiences and strategies around the challenges and opportunities involved in international collaboration to advance the UN 2030 SDGs Agenda.

    We are delighted to have in attendance guests from different universities, governments and foreign representatives from various countries. We hope you will have the opportunity to network and learn more about how you can further advance Internationalization and the SDGs. We wish you an informative and fruitful event!

    In this episode, Ms. Shaheen Nanji, Acting Executive Director, SFU International, Simon Fraser University, Canada will moderate the second panel.

    Panel II: Case Studies: Universities as the Engine of Transformation to achieve the SDGs

    • 39 min
    Internationalization and the SDGs Part 2

    Internationalization and the SDGs Part 2

    On behalf of the International Relations Professional Learning Community in Canada, we are pleased to welcome you to the Internationalization and the SDGs event. This gathering aims to provide a forum for universities and their collaborators to exchange ideas, experiences and strategies around the challenges and opportunities involved in international collaboration to advance the UN 2030 SDGs Agenda.

    We are delighted to have in attendance guests from different universities, governments and foreign representatives from various countries. We hope you will have the opportunity to network and learn more about how you can further advance Internationalization and the SDGs. We wish you an informative and fruitful event!

    In this episode Dr. Rajesh Tandon, UNESCO Co-Chair on Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education and Founder, Society for Participatory Research in Asia, India will moderate the first panel.

    Panel I: Strategies in Internationalizing the SDGs in Higher Education Institutions

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Internationalization and the SDGs Part 1

    Internationalization and the SDGs Part 1

    On behalf of the International Relations Professional Learning Community in Canada, we are pleased to welcome you to the Internationalization and the SDGs event. This gathering aims to provide a forum for universities and their collaborators to exchange ideas, experiences and strategies around the challenges and opportunities involved in international collaboration to advance the UN 2030 SDGs Agenda.

    We are delighted to have in attendance guests from different universities, governments and foreign representatives from various countries. We hope you will have the opportunity to network and learn more about how you can further advance Internationalization and the SDGs. We wish you an informative and fruitful event!

    In this episode, Dr. Alex Awiti, Vice Provost of Aga Khan University, Kenya, will offer a keynote presentation.

    • 37 min
    The CBIE Virtual Conference

    The CBIE Virtual Conference

    Our CBIE team has been working hard for many months on CBIE2020 with the objective of creating an inclusive virtual space where we can gather, connect, share, and learn from one another as we work collectively to harness the work of international education to help make the world a better, more inclusive, more sustainable, and resilient one for all global citizens.

    You can look forward to over 70 plenaries and concurrent sessions that offer a diversity of voices that celebrate our lived experiences and perspectives. We want to create safe and supportive conference spaces that are more accessible to a greater breadth of delegates. This year for the first time, you will experience closed captioning and sign language services for many of the sessions presented at the conference.

    • 9 min
    Inclusive Internationalization

    Inclusive Internationalization

    A case study of Black History Month in the context of inclusive internationalization.

    • 45 min

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