International Webinar on International Student Mobility and its Ethical Implications

Date: 3-4 December 2020 from 9:30 to 11:30 (CET)

Venue: online webinar

Type: conference

Cost: free

Registration: closed

More information:

Globethics.net India and The Department of English at the Scott Christian College in Nagercoil and the Journal of Dharma in Bangalore are organising an international webinar to discuss the issues faced by students opting for international education, with focus on ethics.

The conversation will cover different ethical aspects of international education and student mobility, such as cultural difference and campus experiences or the different methodologies and curriculum, without leaving the focus on the situation of Higher Education Post-COVID-19. 

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ONLINE WEBINAR
International Mobility and its Ethical Implications - Day 1

 

 

ONLINE WEBINAR
International Mobility and its Ethical Implications - Day 2

 

Speakers

  • Prof. Dr Clint Le Bruyns 
    Director of the Theology & Development Programme at the University of KwaZulu-Natal
    South Africa
  • Christoph Stückelberger
    President and founder of Globethics.net
    Switzerland
  • Jose Nandhikkara 
    Director of Globethics.net India
    India

Papers and paper prensenters

  • Reflections on ethical implications of international student mobility in times of Covid-19 in a school of public health in Latin America
    Liliana Gonzalez
  • Ethical Overview of Cultural Differences and Campus Experiences of International Students in the Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary
    Dr Simon Ishola 
  • Ethical Overview of Cultural Differences to Avoid Culture Shock of International Students
    Dian PermataTunjungsari
  • Ethical Conflicts that Arise within the International Student Population: An Indian Perspective
    SamrajTarunJeyaselvan 
  • Students' Learning Experiences in the Communication Program
    SunlieghGador
  • Ubuntu as the Praxis of Intercultural Dialogue in the wake of COVID- 19
    Okumu Anthony Odhiambo
 

Speakers

  • Obiora Ike 
    Executive Director, Globethics.net
    Nigeria and Germany
  • Christine Housel
    Donor Relations and Strategic Partnerships, Globethics.net
    United States
  • Dr R.W. Alexander Jesudasan
    Pro Vice-Chancellor of Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science (Deemed to be University), Chennai

Papers and paper presenters

  • Student mobility in Mercosur as a way to consolidate a Latin American identity
    Dr Andrea Mariel Actis
  • Educational conditioning of intercultural and interethnic communication
    Mihai-Viorel HIRT
  • International Student Mobility and its Ethical Implications
    Richard KodwoEshun
  • International Students Mobility and its Implications on Ethics for Promoting Global Peace and Understanding
    Duong Thi Phuong Hang
  • International student mobility and promotion of global communication and peaceful coexistence: A case study of Masters Students of International Media Studies at the Deutsche Welle Academy, Germany
    Dr Peter Egielewa

 

For further clarification, contact:
Ms. Rajula .V +9902267967
Programme Executive, Globethics.net India
Dr.  Sidney Shirly +919488210754
Associate Professor, Scott Christian College (Autonomous), Nagercoil
Dr.  Evangeline Jemi +919486864151
Assistant Professor, Scott Christian College (Autonomous), Nagercoil

Email us: sccglobe2020@gmail.com