This collaborative research project between York University (YU) and Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) aims to explore two critical areas of development for internationalization agreed upon at the first Global Inclusive Dialogue, South Africa, January 2014. http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20140118132339578
1. ‘the creation of equal and ethical higher education partnerships.’ York and JMI have a signed agreement for research collaboration, student exchanges and collaborative partnerships. We will explore the partnership thus far to analyze the process, ethics and equity in the planning, and partnering for education. Research continues to reveal that imperialism often pervades Global North/South encounters and exchanges. Our goal is to identify and grapple with obstacles, which get in the way of achieving respectful and ethical North/South collaborations.
2.”… increasing focus on the internationalization of the curriculum and of related learning outcomes”. In this era of globalization and internationalizing higher education, many professionals are finding it necessary to rethink research, pedagogy and practice to be especially mindful of diversity among our student body. Many social work educators are responding to these changes by paying attention to the international in the curriculum. The aim is to review and discuss how our curricular is educating students for social work practice in a globalized and transnational age.
This research project aims to decolonize pedagogy and explore ethics an inclusion in partnerships between our respective departments and universities with implications for future research collaborations.
Facult of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Year Project Started:
Dr. S. Sajid,
Jami MIlia University, Delhi, India.
Collaborator for the research in India
(e.g type 1000 for 1,000)