Global Citizenship in Place, For our Time: Community-based Global Learning Institute

Global Citizenship in Place, For our Time:

Community-based Global Learning Institute

Content Overview and Agenda

The 10th Annual institute will proceed through thematic focus on the relationship of engaged learning to categories of citizenship and inclusion, through variously contested spaces, in our current political moment. The Institute is for faculty, administrators, practitioners, community partners, and researchers who are interested in better engaging global service-learning. It is uniquely designed to be collaborative, open, and participatory. For two and a half days, participants will think deeply with sector academic and practitioner leaders, and consider innovative approaches in community-based global learning. Past attendees have found the intimate retreat-style format offers opportunities for in-depth conversation, quality feedback, and network-building.

This will be the inaugural Institute on the West Coast and will be hosted on the University of San Diego Campus.  Considering USD’s proximity to the border, the institute will engage participants in a deep dive of global service-learning as it pertains to this border region.  Themes to explore will include immigration, neo-colonialism, engaging diverse student populations, civic engagement and citizenship.

Collaborators and Co-Planners Include:  

Shared Readings

Resources:

During our conversations, we shared many resources with each other and provide a list here should they be of interest to others.

Agenda

Wednesday, June 13

3:00 pm Welcome and Overview

3:30 pm   Framing Conversation – Applying Fair Trade Principles (slides here) and Anchor Institution Ideas

4:30 pm Happy Hour Reception – “Telling Your Story

6:00pm Break for Dinner

Thursday, June 14

8:30am Convene and travel to Tijuana

10:00am Dialogue with Partners and MICAH Fellows @ Casa del Tunel

12:00pm Lunch in Tijuana and return to USD

4 pm Key Questions Activity

Friday, June 15

9:00am Investigating key questions surfaced the day before, which may include but are not limited to: Power, Privilege, Positionality: Employing Critical Reflection and Dialogue to Deepen Self-Knowledge, Build Meaningful Relationships, and Transform Institutions

11:45 am Goals and Commitments: Building a Movement and Reporting Back

1:00 pm Closing

 

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