Task Force Presentation 2022


The Task Force on Global Citizenship was launched after the 2018 IAJU Assembly in Spain, where Father Superior Arturo Sosa, SJ, emphasized that "educating people for world citizenship means recognizing diversity as an inherent dimension of a complete human life."
In the run up to the 2022 IAJU assembly in Boston, the Task Force developed a global citizenship curriculum. A first cohort of Global Citizenship Fellows – students from across the international Jesuit network – engaged in an extended dialogue about different dimensions of global citizenship over the 2021-22 academic year and presented their work in Boston.
Since the 2022 assembly, the Task Force has worked to broaden and deepen education for global citizenship through the Global Citizenship Curriculum Project. Begun in Fall 2022, the program enables faculty teaching at Jesuit colleges and universities worldwide to embed a module on global citizenship into their existing classes. Students engage with topics of global citizenship both on their campuses and in dialogues with students at other participating universities around the world.
For more information
Global Citizenship Curriculum Project
Global Citizenship Fellows Program


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