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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Sanjay kumar Rajhans
Educating for Global Citizenship: Capacity Building by Innovative Universities in Russia, Italy and India by Balancing Formal and Informal Learning Spaces and Practices.
Political Analysis and Public Policy
(Master’s programme)
2016
As consumer citizens of the world and to be a conformist on how to act, behave, respond and relate in their economic, vocational and professional space, the social fabric has been much in harmony at its outlier. The society has been on strife is and the social harmony is increasingly fragile with the multiculturalism as an idea is being mocked and laughed at in many high brow circles. While there has been a news flashing the merger and acquisitions of the international companies across the border and the emergence of some random non white at the helm of the Global MNC, we watch disproportionately a much larger number of incidents where in the most civilized spaces including the learning spaces, the incidents of racial intolerance, racial abuse, cultural segregation it is pitiable that all this is taking place despite our “best efforts” to act and create a more tolerant, liberal society that co-habitat and prospers together.

This discussion is also a self-reminder of sort when the human migration in the “free global world” has betrayed a deep social division about the way we look at global human challenges in the developed world and the dismal level of consistency for the universal values of human rights, the rights to live, the rights to dignity and cultural autonomy for the newly arrived OTHER in the increasingly unwelcoming host countries of the north.

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