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Research areas

Our research on intercultural communication encompasses a number of local and global concerns across different disciplines including:

  • widening participation,
  • educational policy and practice within and increasingly global and digitalized higher education institutions,
  • transformative and effective leadership,
  • clinical communication,
  • science innovation,
  • forced migration,
  • eradication of gender-based violence for sustainable communities.

'Interculturality research group members have expertise in various areas including:      

    • Gender, Identities and Intersectionality
    • School-related gender-based violence
    • Medical/health professional identities and inequalities
    • Critical pedagogies
    • Global citizenship
    • Language and intercultural communication
    • Development