What’s important to us is that our participants are actively exploring their own unique definitions…
“…Aaron Slosberg, the director of student programming for the transformational education tour group Where There Be Dragons, feels the definition of global citizenship is fluid.
“For some, it may mean a life mission to connect across international boundaries and embody a transnational identity,” he says. “For others, it could mean devoting oneself to a single home community and addressing global issues in a local context.”
He continues, “What’s important to us is that our participants are actively exploring their own unique definitions (with all their inherent complexities) of what it means to be a ‘global citizen’ and allowing those new understandings to inform future choices.”
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