To the call of new voices

The internationalisation of higher education has been driven by the developed world, but a recent event marked a chance for emerging nations to steer the conversation. By Helen Zimmerman.
In mid-January this year, there was a seminal meeting of international education peak bodies in South Africa.
The three-day Global Dialogue on the Future of Internationalisation of Higher Education was seminal not because the issues under discussion were new. Nor was it seminal because the issues were novel to educational institutions and national and regional peak bodies, academics, international education professionals and practitioners across the globe. Indeed, discussion, research and action have been ongoing for a number of years on the need to:

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