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Diversity Abroad is committed to being at the forefront of advancing diversity, equity and inclusion within the international education and cultural exchange field by conducting & distributing national-level surveys, collaborative reports, and other research-based thought leadership to better understand the experiences of the students and professionals involved in these endeavors. In doing so, Diversity Abroad will be able to provide education professionals, policy makers and other stakeholders with the knowledge and resources to actively promote the inclusion and success of underserved students in global education.
Collaborative Leadership: Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Comprehensive Internationalization in Higher Education
This publication addresses the unique opportunities that Chief Diversity Officers (CDOs) and Senior International Officers (SIOs) have to develop partnerships to achieve success in tackling the challenges and opportunities around campus internationalization, diversity, equity and inclusion.The key feature of this publication are the in-depth guidelines to be considered for embedding diversity, equity, and inclusive good practices and policies into campus internationalization. Read more about these strategic initiatives in the full report, linked below.
Survey of Diversity & Inclusion Among International Educators
The primary goal of the Survey of Diversity & Inclusion Among International Educators was to collect information related to the demographic composition of the field of international education and exchange. The results of the survey provide baseline data against which future surveys can be measured and a mechanism to track progress in areas such as gender and ethnic representation, among other matters. The results also provide data from which individual institutions and organizations can compare their own efforts to hire more diverse professionals and create more equitable opportunities for advancement. Read more about the findings in the Press Release and in the full report, linked below.