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Editor ’ s Note: Many teachers are working to connect their classrooms to classrooms in other parts of the world using technology. Cathy Collins , Library Media Specialist and Chinese Exchange Program Coordinator for Sharon Schools in Massachusetts and board member of MassCUE, shares how she helps students showcase those projects to an authentic, live audience.
by guest blogger Cathy Collins
Bringing the world into the classroom has never been faster or easier for educators and students. Technology provides vital tools for deep, “4Cs” learning . There is no denying that today’s students are motivated by technology. Digital devices offer valid, stamped passports to the world. Used purposefully, digital tools and technologies offer students meaningful, “in the moment” connections to people, places, and issues far beyond their own neighborhood.
At the annual MassCUE (Massachusetts Computer Using Educators) Fall Conference in October, students demonstrate how they are becoming passionately engaged in real-world problem solving through global collaborative projects. Their projects incorporate technology to address issues ranging from water quality to windmill power, bridge building, women’s education, and more. Students take the lead in sharing about their work, thereby highlighting the role of student voice and student choice in learning.
Global collaboration projects, which allow students to work with peers across geographical boundaries, aren’t just interesting, engaging, and fun. They also address several of the ISTE Standards for Students , including “Digital Citizen,” “Global Collaborator,” and “Empowered Learner.” A wide range of global education projects are demonstrated during the MassCUE Global Ed and “CUE Kids” student showcases. The following represents a small sampling:
Global Collaboration Project Examples
Middle school students from the Acera School in Winchester, Massachusetts, presented an interactive electronic quilt that expresses their individual and collective explorations of identity. The quilt is a work of community art and sculpture that engages audiences not just visually, but also with lights and sounds. Students showcased how they first explored China through the transmedia (multi-format) curriculum, “ Touching Home in China, ” and how they then designed and made the quilt as an extension of the project-based curriculum. Along with sharing their learnings about China, gender, identity, race, population policy, and multicultural America, they shared how they learned about circuits, micro controllers, programming and digital storytelling; and how they connected those STEAM skills to investigation and exploration of their own origin stories and identities.
Similarly, students from Sharon Public Schools in Massachusetts used technology as a connecting tool toward understanding another culture. Students first forged a relationship with the Zabuli Education Center in Afghanistan beginning in 2012. Their exploration began as an email exchange, and now consists of four to five video conferences a year. Beyond the video conferences, students have learned how to raise awareness of girls’ education, as well as advocate and fundraise on behalf of the students in Afghanistan. Through this connection, students in Sharon have recognized some of the similarities that exist between themselves and their peers in Afghanistan and become more understanding of the need for girls’ education in other parts of the world. They have also become more aware of their own advantages as they begin to leverage those advantages to help others. One student, Rachel, reflected, “I have presented many times in my four years...and today at the MassCUE Conference was by far the most meaningful presentation we have ever given. The room was full of educators—people who truly grasp the importance of education—and speaking with some of these people was amazing because we were able to share about everything we do and stand for as a club and were met with enthusiastic reactions and stories of other schools making a difference in the world.”
Boston Public Schools students demonstrated exemplars of engaging in real-world problems while addressing civic-engagement and social-justice issues. Their presentation highlighted projects from two different programs. Boston Public Schools Youth Voices Program is part of a global grant philanthropy program designed to provide youth in underserved communities with the critical skills they need to become active and engaged members of their communities and the world at large. BPS Youth Voices Project inspires, trains, and provides them with the technology to create original, thought-provoking media works on relationships, human rights, the environment, and other topics. Students identify an issue they care about, and express a point of view on that issue by creating original media content—from videos to essays, animation to music. The student team at MassCUE shared their original and thought-provoking visuals and film projects along with reflecting about their learning experiences. They also shared projects focused on computational thinking and computer science that were developed in collaboration with student leaders, educators, and members of community organizations.
Steps for Student Showcase Planning
Although it may seem daunting to get started, a Global Education Student Showcase can easily be created on any scale, from the classroom level to a schoolwide, districtwide, or even a statewide event, such as the MassCUE Conference Global Ed and “CUE Kids” Student Showcases. The bigger the event, the bigger the planning committee needs to be. For instance, at MassCUE, I coordinate the Global Ed Student Showcase alongside another Board member, who coordinates the CUEKids. It takes many hard-workers to make each annual conference a success!
To get started, there are a few action steps that must be undertaken, beginning with the development of submission guidelines and an RFP to ensure there are quality projects to showcase. Work with partners to ensure the RFP is widely distributed. The actual event logistics such as event promotion, room requirements and technology needs for presentations, not to mention e-mailing of acceptance letters must all be taken care of in advance. Food is always appreciated and we arrange for student lunches as part of showcase day activities. The student presentation teams will also need ongoing words of encouragement, support, and guidance up to the day of the big event.
Based on feedback received through word of mouth, social media, and post-conference evaluations, the Student Showcases continue to have a powerful, positive, and lasting impact on student and educator participants, often inspiring them to broaden and deepen their work in global learning.
Connecting Students to the World: Educator Resource List
- ISTE’s PLNs, including Global Collaboration PLN (must join to access)
- How to Teach Any Class Through a Global Lens (informal Google Slides presentation with many links)
- Harvard, Project Zero and OECD: Preparing Our Youth for a Better World: OECD PISA Global Competence Framework
- Lucy Gray’s Global Ed Conference Resources (register first- free!)
- #Globaledchat : Every Thursday at 8pm Eastern time an international group of educators gathers on Twitter to discuss global education topics.
- List of helpful platforms and organizations for international collaboration projects.
Connect with Cathy and Heather on Twitter.
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The opinions expressed in Global Learning are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.
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A WARM WELCOME AWAITS Whether you are joining an Erasmus - Plus - funded teacher training course, a General English course for adults, a school group course or a summer school course we look forward to welcoming you to our lovely little school. The IPC Team is dedicated to making you feel welcome and well cared for. IPC has been offering Teacher Training and English Language training since 1993. In our survey we asked our students and overseas organisers to choose 5 words to describe our work. The words most commonly chosen were; FRIENDLY, RELIABLE, PROFESSIONAL, EXPERIENCED, CREATIVE. We aim to create a warm atmosphere in which our students and teacher course participants will feel confident and content. CONVENIENCE AND COMFORT The school is a short walk from the centre of Exeter. The building offers 9 comfortable classrooms, a kitchen which dispenses many thousands of free cups of tea and coffee to course participants each year, and computer access throughout the building. BEST QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE UK Exeter has been voted the city with the best quality of life in the UK. We want to welcome you into our special community and show you the best that the city of Exeter and the surrounding area has to offer. All of our courses combine serious academic content with a programme of visits and activities that will leave you in no doubt that Exeter is a town you will want to return to. SATELLITE CENTRE Occasionally during the busy summer months course participants will be based in our excellent satellite centre - just 7 minutes walk from IPC - on the quayside.
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TAILOR-MADE ENGLISH COURSES FOR JUNIOR STUDENTS We tailor every course to the needs of the organising teacher. You can decide what you want our native speaker teachers to concentrate on in the classroom. For some groups we will concentrate solely on developing students' oral fluency. Or, if you have a specific theme in mind for your project, let us know. If you have no set ideas, we can make suggestions and lead you towards the project best suited to your students' needs. When tailoring your project we will consider the age group of the students and their specific areas of interest. Teacher input Some of our projects require a lot of input from the organising teacher. For example, we have organised projects for students who want to make films, newspapers and websites that record their experiences in Exeter. We have introduced them to the technology and sent them out to interview local people and to produce reports on specific topics. You can view the results soon on the 'IPC TV' pages of this site. These projects involve a lot of input from the organising teacher, but the outcomes are well worth the effort. Projects in which the outcome is an oral presentation from the students require less input from the organising teacher. Whatever your aims and objectives for the project, we will help them to be realised.
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SUMMER ENGLISH HOLIDAY COURSES FOR STUDENTS AGED 12 - 18 IPC summer courses combine 15 hours per week of intensive, communicative English language training with an exciting programme of afternoon and evening activities and the opportunity to live with an English host family or homestay host. IPC Summer School price includes: - Transfer from the airport of arrival to Exeter (a meeting service, if required, will incur additional cost) - Full board accommodation with a hometay host (this will normally be in a twin room) - Bed, breakfast, a packed lunch and an evening meal each day - Homestay host meeting on arrival in Exeter - Homestay host delivering student(s) to school on first morning of course - A bus pass for all travel in Exeter - Welcome Assembly on first morning of course - English language placement test on first morning of course - 15 hours per week of English language training in the morning with a qualified EFL teacher (max class size 15). Levels A2 - C1 catered for. - Assembly each week day morning with IPC Student Course Coordinator - An introduction to the city of Exeter with your Activity Leader - A visit to Exeter Cathedral - 2 half day excursions with IPC Activity Leader in multinational group - seaside and countryside - 1 full day trip in middle weekend with IPC Activity Leader -Tintagel/Plymouth - IPC Olympics (team-building event) - 2 sports/leisure activities (eg. canoeing, dance, volleyball, rounders, football, film club, art club) - 2 shopping afternoons in Exeter - with IPC Activity Leaders on hand to assist if needed - 2 evening activities per week - Ceilidh (Traditional dancing), Disco, Karaoke, Talent Night - Host families collect students at the end of all evening activities - Certificate of attendance - Return coach transfer to departure airport* - Studentguard Plus travel insurance scheme guards against cancellation in case of accident/illness
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BETTER ENGLISH FOR TEACHERS This course is designed for teachers who wish to improve their knowledge of the English Language as well as their ability to use English more confidently and accurately. It is anticipated that teachers who wish to enrol on this course will have a level of English below B1 on the Common European Framework or who have just achieved B1. The course is also available as a one week option. In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. MORE ENGLISH FOR TEACHERS his new course has been designed for teachers who have an intermediate (B1) or an Upper intermediate (B2) level of English who wish to improve their knowledge of the English language, to become a more confident and effective communicator. Course activities have the dual role of developing a participant's English as well as having the potential of being adapted and used in a participant's own classroom. In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. CLIL FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS We are pleased to offer this CLIL course for Secondary teachers who teach their subject in English. The course will comprise personal language development, classroom language and presentation skills as well as techniques to help teachers deliver their subject content in English. Please note that participants will not receive lesson plans for teaching specific subjects but will be introduced to techniques which can be adapted to suit their classroom context. It is expected that participants will already have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+). In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. CLIL FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS This interactive, experiential course has been specifically designed for primary teachers who teach their subject in the medium of English. It is expected that participants will already have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+). In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. CREATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHERS This 2 week course for Secondary teachers will focus on ways of creating interesting and productive lessons which do not take too much preparation, but challenge and encourage the learners to continue to learn. There will also be many activities designed to update your English. It is expected that participants will already have an Upper Intermediate level of English (B2). In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. QUALITY DEVELOPMENT IN SECONDARY EDUCATION This one week course offers an introduction to the British Education System. With a focus on Secondary Education participants will have the opportunity to visit local secondary schools, meeting head teachers and observing the UK secondary school system at work. IPC trainers focus on discussing participants' teaching situations and comparing and contrasting education systems. The course includes a session with an OFSTED/ISI Inspector - responsible for inspecting UK secondary education. The objective of the course is to introduce concepts that can be adapted to participants’ own schools and teaching situations and to develop linguistic and cultural competences that will support participant schools’ European Development Plans. INTEGRATING I.T. INTO LESSONS - A PRACTICAL IDEAS COURSE This new course has been designed for teachers who are not IT experts, but who would like to use more IT in their lessons and are not sure what is available and how it works in practice. This experiential course will address these areas as well as other areas that include cross-classroom collaboration, assessment and creating material. Teachers will be expected to have at least an Intermediate (B1+) level of English. In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. You will need to bring a wi-fi enabled device with you for this course, with which you are familiar. DEVELOPING ORAL FLUENCY IN THE SECONDARY ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM This two week course explores techniques to motivate and encourage secondary level learners to use the language as a tool for real communication. Personal language development concentrates on oral fluency and colloquial English. Methodology concentrates on practical ideas for teaching Secondary level students (aged 11 - 19 years). Participants are invited to reflect on various aspects of the English language classroom. It is expected that participants will already have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+). In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. DEVELOPING ORAL FLUENCY IN THE PRIMARY ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM This two week course explores techniques to motivate and encourage young learners (aged 4 – 11yrs) to use the language as a tool for real communication within the context of games and songs. Personal language development concentrates on oral fluency and colloquial English. Participants are invited to reflect on various aspects of the English language classroom and strategies to help young children learn a foreign language. It is expected that participants will already have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+) DEVELOPING ORAL FLUENCY FOR TEACHERS OF ADULT LEARNERS: A PRACTICAL IDEAS COURSE This 2 week course is designed for teachers of adults who want to brush-up their English and explore ways of encouraging adult learners to communicate in English. It is expected that participants will already have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+). In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. DRAMA TECHNIQUES FOR THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM This course includes personal language development concentrating on oral fluency and colloquial English. Participants are introduced to various drama techniques to use in the English language classroom to encourage young learners to experiment with spoken English in an imaginative and personal way. It is expected that participants will already have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+). In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. FURTHER DRAMA TECHNIQUES FOR THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM This course has been designed by our principal Drama course leader Richard Clark for teachers who have previously and enthusiastically participated in our Drama Techniques course. Many course participants have expressed an interest in a more advanced course and one which allows them to explore in greater depth the actor within - the actor who takes to the stage each day in his or her classroom with the motivation to give his or her best performance yet. The course teaches many practical ways to engage your students using drama. It also includes a visit to a local theatre and sessions on planning and producing your own school production. It is expected that participants will have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+). PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR THE TEACHING OF LITERATURE IN THE CLASSROOM Morning sessions will concentrate on personal language development and afternoon sessions will include ideas for practising teachers of English Literature to use in their classrooms. These sessions will deal with the language of literary texts, how literature relates to one's own life and culture, interactive and communicative ways of teaching literature, evaluating and trialling materials for teaching language through literature. It is expected that participants will have at least an upper intermediate/advanced language level of English (B2/C1). In this context the training can support your school’s European Development Plan. BRITISH INSTITUTIONS, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE This course has been specifically designed for teachers of English who wish to gain an insight into British culture and some of our institutions. It is assumed that participants will have at least an upper intermediate/advanced level of general English (B2/C1). The 2 week course comprises 35 hours of classroom tuition plus visits as outlined below. Activities outside the classroom include guided visits to places of historic and cultural interest: - The local Magistrate’s or Crown Court - Dartmoor National Park - London - Visit to a theatre or concert hall PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR THE BUSINESS ENGLISH CLASSROOM This new, interactive, experiential course has been specifically designed for Primary and Secondary teachers who teach Business English. The course will incorporate opportunities for personal language development as well as developing a greater understanding of basic business concepts and business skills areas. It is expected that participants will already have at least an Intermediate level of English (B1+). FIRST CERTIFICATE FOR TEACHERS OF BUSINESS ENGLISH (LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATION) This course has been designed to provide professionals from either a business or teaching background with the knowledge and skills to sit the London Chamber of Commerce First Certificate for Teachers of Business English. This is an internationally recognised qualification which may be taken in Exeter at the end of the course and will incur an extra fee. The course can also be used as an opportunity to refresh knowledge and skills as well as an opportunity to exchange ideas and acquire new teaching skills. Participants must have a level of English equating to mother tongue standard (Advanced/C1 or higher).
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This course is for students aged: 13-70
SUMMER ENGLISH HOLIDAY COURSES FOR STUDENTS AGED 12 - 18 IPC summer courses combine 15 hours per week of intensive, communicative English language training with an exciting programme of afternoon and evening activities and the opportunity to live with an English host family or homestay host. More information at ENGLISH SUMMER COURSES 1 WEEK EXETER LANGUAGE PROJECT A one week immersion language project for students aged 13 - 18. Students will live with an English homestay host, attend lessons at IPC each week-day morning and enjoy a programme of afternoon excursions and activities. A week is short enough to fit into a busy school year, and long enough to give students an opportunity to use their English in real situations and gain a new confidence from the consistent exposure to the language. All courses are tailor-made to the needs of the organising teacher and will focus on developing students' spoken English. 10 DAY EXETER/LONDON LANGUAGE AND CULTURE COURSE A 10 day (9 night) immersion language project for students aged 13 - 18. Available between September and June. Students arrive on a Saturday afternoon and transfer to Exeter. They spend 7 nights in Exeter, living with an English homestay host, attending lessons at IPC each week-day morning and enjoy a programme of afternoon excursions and activities as well as a full day trip on the second Saturday of their stay. On the Sunday morning the group departs for London to spend two nights in a central London Youth hostel. Bed and breakfast accommodation in London and group underground passes are provided, as well as the coach transfer from the London accommodation to the airport of departure on the final day. Additional elements may be added at the discretion of the group leader We also offer tailor-made courses for junior students. More information at TAILOR-MADE ENGLISH COURSES.
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- Gallup Analytics This link opens in a new window Analyze, visualize, and export data from Gallup's U.S. Daily tracking and World Poll surveys. U.S. tracks economic, wellbeing, and political data collected daily since 2008. It can be analyzed daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually as well as by state and Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). World Poll data covers more than 80 metrics from 160+ countries collected since 2005. Does not include access to microdata.
- World Values Survey Designed to enable a crossnational comparison of values and norms on a wide variety of topics and to monitor changes in values and attitudes across the globe. WVS has had seven waves (1981-2022). You can download the full datasets for each wave or a longitudinal file covering all waves (click Data & Documentation on the left). You can also analyze them online .
- International Social Survey Programme The ISSP is a cross-national survey program conducting annual surveys in a broad group of countries. The survey asks questions on a variety of topics. Individual years link to GESIS where full datasets can be downloaded. analyzed online through the ZACAT platform --> Also has links to its 50 member states , which often provide additional national public opinion.
- Global Barometer Collaborative survey project covering six regions: Africa (Afrobarometer), East and Southeast Asia (Asian Barometer), South Asia (South Asia Barometer), Central and South America (Latinobarómetro), the Middle East (Arab Barometer), and countries of former Soviet Union (Eurasia Barometer). Measures attitudes about politics, power, reform, democracy, etc. Two pooled waves (2005-2011 and 2011-2013) based on a common module of questions contained in the regional barometer surveys. Download the dataset or analyze online. more... less... The individual regional barometers are also listed below on this guide.
- Pew Research Global Attitudes Project The Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project conducts public opinion surveys around the world on a broad array of subjects ranging from people’s assessments of their own lives to their views about the current state of the world and important issues of the day. Over 330,000 interviews in 60 countries have been conducted since 2001 as part of the project’s work.
- Polling the Nations Compilation of public opinion surveys conducted in the United States and more than 80 other countries. Searches at the question level; you can also browse by topic or country. Only provides summary response totals. more... less... Each record includes the question asked and the responses given, the polling organization responsible for the work, the date the information was released, the sample size, and the groups or areas included in the interview. Results can be downloaded in Excel.
- Voice of the People End of Year Survey The Voice of the People Survey Series is WIN/Gallup International Association's End of Year survey and is a global study that collects the public's view on the challenges that the world faces today. Conducted in approximately 50 countries, with a minimal sample size of 500 per country, topics include the economic situation in their country, their personal happiness, the most important problem facing the world today, the role of religion in their country, which country they would like to live in, female politicians, which country is the greatest threat to world peace, and corruption within their country. Data in multiple formats.
- WorldPublicOpinion.org WorldPublicOpinion.org is an international collaborative project managed by the Program on International Policy Attitudes at the Univ of Maryland. Provides polling data and analysis from numerous sources. Full datasets can be downloaded from http://drum.lib.umd.edu/handle/1903/10117 .
- Eurobarometer A longstanding survey of public opinion in the EU and candidate countries. You can create tables by searching through questions and comparing countries responses over time. They also publish analyses of each wave of the survey. Use the Eurobarometer Question Search to find if and when a topic was covered on the Eurobarometer. Also includes a a guide to topical trends over time . Many waves are also available in ICPSR . 1970+
- European Social Survey (ESS) Biennial multi-country survey covering over 30 nations. The 1st round was fielded in 2002/2003, the 10th was completed in 2020. It monitors change and continuity in a wide range of social, political, moral, health, and demographic variables. You can download full datasets or analyze them online, after a free registration.
- European Values Study The European Values Study is a large-scale, cross-national, and longitudinal survey research program on how Europeans think about life, family, work, religion, politics, and society. Surveys were done in 1981, 1990, 1999, and 2008. You can download full datasets or analyze online after a free registration. For background on the EVS and associated publications, see http://www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/
- Politico's European Poll of Polls Aggregates hundreds of polls from firms to provide a daily snapshot of party preferences in 30 European countries and the European Parliament. Trends generally back to 2014. Read about the methodology .
- European Party Preference Polls GitHub repository that scrapes aggregate opinion results of political party preferences from major domestic polling firms across Europe. Covers more than 30 countries generally 2018-present of weekly results. Data in pipe-delimited text files.
- EU Neighbourhood Barometer Six wave survey conducted between 2012 and 2014 in the Southern and Eastern EU Neighbourhood countries, from Morocco to Lebanon (Syria was not surveyed), and from Azerbaijan to Belarus, plus Russia. 1000 face-to-face interviews covering perception of living conditions, political issues, political efficacy across the region, attitudes toward the EU, and other topics. Data in SPSS and Stata; documentation in English.
- New Russia Barometer Annual survey in the Russian Federation, 1992–2012. Each survey has a nationwide sample of 1600 to 2000 respondents. Topics include political, economic, and social affairs. For more information, see the CSPP pages . Spreadsheets of monthly trend files from the surveys can be accessed through the Russia Votes site and online analysis is available for each wave plus a multi-wave trend file.
- New Democracies / New Europe Barometer Includes nearly all the countries of East Central, East, and Southeast Europe, 1991–2005. Topics include evaluations of and attitudes to the economic, political, and social transformations of the region after the end of communism. For more information, see the CSPP pages .
- New Baltic Barometer Surveys of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, 1993–2004 with a focus on the different nationalities in the Baltics. Asks representative samples of each nationality similar sets of questions about their multiple identities, language use, political attitudes, economic behavior, and social conditions. For more information, see the CSPP pages .
- Transatlantic Trends Survey United States and European public opinion on a host of transatlantic issues, including foreign policy challenges, support for NATO, the economy, and the rise of other world powers with an aim to foster debate on the strategic policy goals, objectives, and values of the United States and Europe as members of the transatlantic community. Full datasets through 2014 are available through the Roper Center as well as ICPSR .
- Afrobarometer Measures the social, political and economic atmosphere in Africa. Beginning with 12 countries in Round 1 (1999–2001), it now conducts surveys in nearly 40 countries (and 115 languages) comprising 76% of Africa's population. See coverage by country . Data in SPSS for individual countries as well as a merged file; documentation in English. Online analysis is available, and geocoded data for some countries and rounds are available by application.
- Arab Barometer Survey designed to assess citizen attitudes in the Arab world on such topics as: support for democratic institutions, political interest and participation, attitudes toward terrorism and political violence, conceptions and interpretations of Islam, the relationship between religion and politics, and attitudes toward Middle East international relations. 5 waves, 2006-2019. Downloads in multiple formats or can be analyzed online . Also available through ICPSR .
- Asian (East Asia & South Asia) Barometer Covers 8–14 countries in East Asia in multiple waves (2001–03; 2005–08; 2010–12; 2014–16); and 2 waves for 5 South Asian countries. Topics include economic evaluations; trust in institutions, political participation, media use, political evaluations; socio-political values, and views on international relations. Data in SPSS; free, but requires individual application. Online analysis available for waves 1 & (part of) 2.
- Caucasus Barometer Annual household survey about social, economic, and political issues and attitudes in Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, 2008–2015. Also includes additional surveys of public attitudes to policies and institutions in Georgia. Data in SPSS and Stata; documentation in English. Can also be analyzed online.
- Central Asia Barometer Covers all Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan) with 8 waves conducted twice a year since 2017. The core part of the questionnaire remains the same each wave. Topics include attitudes towards foreign countries, international organizations and domestic politics, including elections, government policies, media usage, public health, security and economy. Data is freely available after a 2 year embargo period in Excel, Stata, and SPSS formats.
- Latinobarometro Latinobarómetro is an annual public opinion survey that involves some 19,000 interviews in 18 Latin American countries (also includes Spain for most years) from 1995–2015. Datasets in multiple formats; results can also be analyzed online .
- LAPOP - Latin American Public Opinion Project This link opens in a new window Provides access to the America's Barometer, which includes 28 countries across North, Central, and South America, and the Caribbean, 2004–present. Topics include citizen views on regime/democracy support, political tolerance, political participation, local government, corruption, views on authoritarianism, and more. Datasets for individual countries as well as merged longitudinal files for each country and for all countries across rounds available in SPSS and Stata; documentation in English. Online analysis available. Pre-2004 datasets are also available for download. more... less... Choose \Log in via IP authentication\
- Latin American Databank at Roper Public opinion surveys conducted by the survey research community in Latin America. To date, the collection holds nearly 1,200 studies from 16 countries, with the largest contributions coming from Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela, primarily 1990s forward.
- AsiaBarometer Covers 29 countries in East, Southeast, South, and Central Asia (15 in two or more waves), 2003–2007. Topics include governance, democratic consolidation/regression, social values, happiness, quality of life, religiosity, mass media, identity, and globalization. Data is available, but must be requested first. ( NOTE: Site appears to be down; ICPSR has waves 1&2 (2003-04)
- Additional Surveys by Region Our Data and Statistical Services catalog has for additional public opinion polls that can be filtered by country or region..
Comparative and Regional Election Surveys
- Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Collaboration among election study teams to field a common module of survey questions in their post-election studies. Produces a single merged comparative dataset covering 55 countries over 5 waves (1996–present) , with approx. 30 countries participating in 2 or more waves, and 25 in 4 or more waves. Also available for download via GESIS .
- Comparative National Elections Project 60 election surveys from 1990 to 2019 in 30 different countries on 5 continents, with multiple election surveys in 16 countries. Topics include personal networks, use of the mass media, socio-political values, democracy, civic participation, integrity of the electoral process, and voting behavior in the most recent election. Includes original country datasets plus a merged data set that includes the common questions from 48 surveys (through 2018). Documentation in English; datasets in SPSS.
- European Voter Database Dataset consisting of all the national election studies documented in English from Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, The Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden, 1960–1998. Data in SPSS and Stata; documentation in English. There is a processing fee for ordering this dataset.
- European Election Studies 1979–2019. Post-election surveys of electoral participation and voting behavior in European Parliament elections as well as citizens’ perceptions of and preferences about the EU and their evaluations of EU political performance. Also includes content analyses of party manifestos (“Euromanifestos”), elite surveys, and content analyses of election media coverage. 1000 respondents from each EU member country. Data can be downloaded in SPSS and Stata or analyzed online. GESIS also has a collection of Eurobarometer and other surveys covering EP elections (click Other Studies ).
- Comparative Candidates Survey (CCS) Data on candidates running for national parliamentary elections in 30+ countries (mostly European) using a common core questionnaire. Topics include political background and activities; campaigning; views on issues/policies, democracy, and representation; demographics and country data. Currently, two completed 5 year waves; third in process. Data is free, but requires registration.
National Election Studies & Electoral Surveys by Country
- Argentine 2015 Election Panel A pre- and post-wave panel survey conducted during the 2015 general election campaign in Argentina. The survey covers topics such as vote choice, partisanship, candidate evaluations, clientelism, corruption, economic policy, security, and media attention. The survey will also form part of the CSES.
- Australian Election Study Run in conjunction with Australian Federal elections, the AES fields surveys among a nationally representative sample of voters and among major party candidates standing for election (the latter is the Australian Candidate Study). Both the voter and candidate instruments combine a common set of questions. 1987–2019 (with a related precursor series going back to 1967). Data in Stata and SPSS formats. You can find related opinion polls in the Australian Data Archive .
- Austrian Election Study Uses a pre-post election panel survey and a rolling-cross-section survey with a panel component to investigate voter attitudes and behavior. Additional modules include detailed quantitative analyses of party manifestos; party leader statements in the news media; party press releases and communications; and content analysis of the coverage of Austrian politics and politicians in print, TV, and online news media during the eight weeks before the day of the election. 2002–2017. Data in SPSS and Stata; most documentation in English.
- Belgian National Election Studies Post-election surveys in conjunction with Belgian federal elections, 1991–2014. Data is not available online, but try contacting the listed project leads on the staff page . Data may also be requested for studies through 2010 from the Pole Interuniversitaire Opinion publique et Politique .
- Belgium PartiRep Electoral Surveys Electoral panel surveys with pre- and post-election waves conducted in conjunction with Belgian regional elections in 2009 and federal elections in 2014. Also includes an exit poll for the 2012 municipal elections. Codebook is in English; data is free but must be requested. NOTE: site is currently down; try contacting the project leads at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) .
- Brazilian Election Studies Post-election survey in connection with national presidential and parliamentary elections; 5 waves 2002–2018. Included in CSES modules 2–4. Must register to download data; documentation in Portuguese only . The public opinion database also includes hundreds of other Brazilian surveys that ask about elections.
- British Election Study (BES) The BES conducts a face-to-face survey to obtain responses from a representative sample of the general population after the election (and also before in a few instances). There is panel data for many years, esp. the most recent. Starting in 2001, the BES also began collecting daily campaign data (or "rolling thunder" data) during the official ‘short’ 30 day election campaign. These are daily cross-sections and sometimes also include a panel component where respondents were interviewed once before the election, once during and then once again after the election. 1964–2019. Data in SPSS and Stata.
- Canadian Election Study 1965–2019. The CES has typically included a rolling cross-section pre-election survey with post-election panel data on 50% or more of the original sample. Data is in SPSS, Stata, and CSV and documentation is in both English and French. Data can be analyzed online via the <odesi> archive ; under Elections & Politics category. <odesi> contains additional Canadian public opinion, including a series of Ontario Election Studies (1968–2007) and Gallup polls (1940s–2000s).
- Chile Estudio Nacional de Opinión Pública Long-running series of national public opinion surveys that regularly includes many political questions, 1997–present. Participates in the ISSP. Data in SPSS.
- Czech Election Surveys Some pre-election and exit polls, 1996–2017. Click ČSDA, then Česky, then Volební výzkumy. See also the monthly polls under IVVM (1989–2000) and CVVM (2000+), which always have questions on political preferences and ideology self-classification as well as other political topics. Data can be analyzed online or downloaded after a free registration . Most polls have only Czech documentation .
- Danish National Election Studies, 1971– Nationwide representative surveys of voters after each general parliamentary election, 1971–2011 ( 2015 can be requested ). The main purpose of the studies is to identify the main reasons why voters vote as they do and to analyze changes in the electorate over time. Data can be analyzed online or complete files downloaded in multiple formats. (Click on "Election Studies" in left panel.) Documentation is in English.
- Dutch (Netherlands) National Election Studies Post-election surveys in conjunction with lower house parliamentary elections, 1967+. Core questions have remained largely unchanged over the years, covering expectations and evaluations of government, the most important problems facing the people of the Netherlands, voting behavior and participation history, and knowledge of and faith in the nation's political leaders. Data in SPSS; documentation in English.
- Election Studies from Eastern Europe Series of election studies covering the emergence of democracy in Central and Eastern Europe conducted by the Social Science Research Center Berlin, 1990s (primarily). Data can be analyzed online or downloaded in multiple formats; documentation in English.
- Estonia National Election Study Post-election poll conducted after parliamentary elections, 2003–2011. Data in Stata, SPSS, or .csv. Free, but must be requested.
- Finnish National Election Studies Collected after parliamentary elections. Main themes include political participation, political attitudes, candidate and party choice, voting, and election campaigning. English documentation available; 2003–2015 (a pre/post 1991 survey by a previous team is also available). Survey questions and frequencies can be explored online . Additional surveys related to Finnish political behavior and attitudes are available.
- French Electoral Studies Online analysis of French post-election surveys since 1958; documentation in French only (earlier years listed as Enquêtes électorales françaises ). Datasets can be requested via the Réseau Quetelet .
- German National Election Studies Over 40 election surveys from 1949–2005 conducted in conjunction with federal parliamentary elections. Many of these have been panel studies covering pre- and post-election waves. Can also be analyzed online . In 2009, it became the German Longitudinal Election Study with waves in 2009, 2013, and 2017. English documentation is provided for both series.
- Hellenic (Greece) National Election Studies Post-electoral survey of the Greek parliamentary elections in 4 waves, 2009-2015 (including both elections in 2015). Also includes candidate surveys and data from an online voting advice application. Data in SPSS; archived at ICPSR (linked from site).
- Hong Kong Election Study Pre- and post-election surveys around the legislative council, chief executive, and by-elections in Hong Kong, 2015-present. Data in SPSS and Stata. 2015 available online; other years available on request.
- Hungarian Election Study Post-election panel survey, 2003–2006. Choose "elections" in keyword search box. Data in SPSS. Additional Hungarian surveys of political attitudes (1980s+; some documentation only in Hungarian) available through the TÁRKI data archive using the keyword "mass political behaviour". Requests are free for ICPSR members.
- Icelandic National Election Study 1983–2016. Post-election cross-sectional telephone survey. Data in SPSS. Can also be analyzed online . Documentation is in English.
- Indian National Election Study Conducted after national parliamentary elections in 1967, 1971, 1979 (pre-election poll only), and 1985. After a decade-long gap, the surveys have been conducted at each general election since 1996 and feature much larger sample sizes as well as a 6 wave panel covering the 1996–1999 elections. Raw datasets do not appear to be available for the studies from 1996 on, but tables can be requested for a fee from the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies .
- Irish National Election Study Five-wave panel survey encompassing the Irish general elections of 2002 and 2007 as well as the local and European Parliament elections of 2004. A 2011 wave incorporating module 4 of the CSES is in process. The Irish Public Opinion Archive contains crosstabs for a wide selection of Irish commercial polls from 1970–2009; some of the poll datasets (in SPSS) from this period can be downloaded from the Irish Elections Data Archive .
- Israel National Election Studies 1969–2019. The INES has varied between a pre-election cross-sectional survey and a two-wave pre- and post-election panel and since 1996 has used a stratified sample of Jews and Arabs. 2019 is a 4 wave pre/post panel covering the April and September elecitons. Data in SPSS and Stata; English documentation is available.
- Italian National Election Study 1968–2018. ITANES has been primarily a post-election cross-sectional telephone survey, though recent iterations have included pre- and post-election panels. Data in SPSS; includes English documentation.
- Japanese Election Surveys Social Science Japan Data Archive collection of election surveys, 1963–2017. Data is generally free, but users must register and request first. Data and documentation in Japanese only . The Roper Center also has a large collection of Japanese polls , primarily by Nikkei Research and the USIA, which regularly include questions on elections, government evaluations, and party preferences, 1953+. The Japanese General Social Survey , 2000–2012, also asks questions about party preferences and government evaluation and has English documentation. The UTokyo-Asahi Survey (UTAS) run by Masaki Taniguchi at University of Tokyo has both voter and candidate surveys from 2003–19.
- Korean National Election Studies Post-election surveys in conjunction with presidential and national assembly elections in South Korea, 1992+. Click on Browse by Series, then choose the desired election type. Documentation in English; data in SPSS. (Local election surveys and additional years of the others are available through the Korean version of the site .) The Korean General Social Survey , 2003–2016, also asks questions about party preferences and government evaluation and has English documentation.
- Lithuanian National Election Study Conducted for the first time in 2012. Post-election survey that also included a pre/post internet panel, media campaign monitoring, and a candidate survey. Documentation in Lithuanian only ; data in SPSS or can be analyzed online. Additional post-election polls for 2004, 2008, and 2009 parliamentary and presidential elections are available.
- Mexican National Election Study ( Estudio Nacional Electoral ) Postelectoral surveys extending the CSES common modules for presidential and legislative elections 1997-2015 (2012+ have pre-electoral waves). Data in SPSS. El Laboratorio Nacional de Políticas Públicas (LNPP) del Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) also provides access to numerous other Mexican political surveys .
- Montenegrin National Election Study Postelectoral surveys conducted after the 2012 and 2016 parliamentary elections. 2012 only included questions from CSES, but 2016 included additional national questions. Data is free, but must be requested. An online analysis tool is also available.
- New Zealand Election Study 1990–2017. Primarily a post-election survey, though some years have had a pre-post panel and there have been some post-election panels across elections. Typically has included a Maori oversample. Allows for exploration of the effects of NZ's shift in 1996 from a first past the post electoral system to a mixed member proportional system. Site also includes historical election data for NZ. Also available through the Univ. of Auckland's figshare site .
- Norwegian National Election Studies Conducted in connection with parliamentary elections, 1957+. Includes several panel surveys and some cumulative trend files. Data in multiple formats; English documentation available. No cost, but must be requested. Also available for online analysis . Site includes surveys related to local elections (1995–2011) and among immigrants with voting rights (1987–2013).
- Polish General Election Study Post-election polls in conjunction with parliamentary elections, 1997–2011. The 2005 elections coincided with presidential elections, so that year's study is a two-wave panel. 1997–2005 has English documentation; 2011 only in Polish. CBOS provides time-series trends of evaluations of government and the political situation in Poland since 1989 in English (can be downloaded to Excel).
- Portuguese National Election Study (Estudo Eleitoral Português) Post-election surveys conducted in conjunction with both parliamentary and presidential elections, 2002–2015. Can be analyzed online (2002 title is As eleições legislativas de 2002- Inquérito pós-eleitoral ). See also Portuguese Elections and Political Representation Project , which included multiple voter surveys covering a range of political topics (2006, 2008, 2012), with data in SPSS and documentation in English.
- Romanian Election Study, 2009 Postelectoral survey in conjunction with presidential and European elections in 2009. Documentation in Romanian only ; data in SPSS. Additional polls with questions about electoral preferences are available for 2011 and in a semi-annual Public Opinion Barometer, 1994–2007.
- Russian Election Studies Series of election surveys organized by Timothy Colton at Harvard Univeristy, 1999-2012. The 1995–1996 study is available through ICPSR . See also an online analysis option for a 7 wave pre/post panel study in conjunction with parliamentary and presidential elections in 2011–2012 in Russian only . (Other election-related polls are also available.) Individual question trends from VCIOM's (Russian Public Opinion Research Center) All Russia "Express" poll, 1992-2017 and rating trends on politicians and institutions . VCIOM also archives its daily "Sputnik" poll with Roper as well as on its own page (July 2018+).
- Scottish Election Study The SES has generally used a pre- and post-election panel design, although studies since 2011 have also included a panel of respondents from the previous election study. 1999-2021; data is available via application through the UK Data Archive.
- Slovenian Political Surveys Slovenia has participated in multiple rounds of the CSES but doesn't have a separate national election study. The Slovenian Data Archive provides access to analyze and download multiple polls with political content: SJM - Slovene Public Opinion Survey (yearly from 1968–1988; 2-4 times a year thereafter) participates in the ISSP and European Social Survey and always includes questions on Slovenian politics; PB - Politbarometer (monthly, 2000-2014) covers evaluations of the government and party preferences among other topics; SUTR - Slovenian pulse (monthly, 2009-2014) covers democracy, Europe, political orientations, and political party preferences. Study titles and abstracts in English; all other documentation in Slovenian .
- South Africa National Election Studies Polls in conjunction with elections in 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2004, 2009, and 2015. Pre-2000 are pre-electoral; post-2000 are post-electoral surveys. Project participates in both CNEP and CSES. See also the South African Social Attitudes Survey , 2003+, which asks a battery of political questions, and the South African Voter Participation Survey 2000, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2018 pre-electoral surveys evaluating voting behavior and interest. Additional surveys on attitudes toward sociopolitical change in the 1980s and 1990s are available from the South African Data Archive (site down as of Jan 2020).
- Spanish Electoral Surveys Archive of pre- and post-electoral surveys in Spain run in conjunction with national parliamentary, regional, municipal, and European Parliament elections, 1960s+. Also, access to monthly barometers of Spanish opinion , which field a set of questions on political attitudes and vote intentions each quarter. Full datasets can be downloaded or analyzed online (Spanish interface only); documentation in Spanish only . See also the "Public Opinion of Spaniards Survey" , monthly 1986-2011.
- Swedish National Election Studies Run in conjunction with all parliamentary elections since 1956. Since 1973, has been a rolling panel in which half of the sample has been interviewed in connection with the previous election and the other half in connection with the succeeding election. (2014 and 2018 completed but not yet available .) Also includes surveys in conjunction with major referendums ; European Parliament elections ; a series on media election coverage ; SVT exit polls , 1991–present; and the annual Society, Opinion, Media (SOM) survey , which includes many politics questions, 1986–present. Data in multiple formats; English documentation available. Free, but must be ordered.
- Swiss Electoral Studies Post-election survey in conjunction with national parliamentary elections, 1995+. Some years include panel and candidate surveys. SELECTS has also compiled a cumulative post-election survey file covering various opinion polls with election-related content from 1971–2007. See also the Voto (and its predecessor VoxIt ) post-federal referendum survey, 1981+. Documentation primarily in German and French ; though some is in English.
- Taiwan’s Election and Democratization Study Cross-sectional, post-election surveys in conjunction with presidential, legislative, and municipal elections in Taiwan, 2001+. Most have documentation in English; data in SPSS (users must register first). Several waves included CSES modules, though these include additional questions not in the CSES data. Also available from the Taiwan Survey Research Data Archive (which also includes around 50 additional election surveys. Available for online analysis (must register first ). more... less... If the SRDA site comes up in Chinese, switch to the English interface and then come back to this page and click on the link again.
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Projects Abroad was such a terrific experience. I've never been so far out of the country before (I'm a New Yorker) and I'd been looking to do some work overseas for a while. In the beginning, it was quite disorienting-- naturally, the culture of Tanzania is different from what I was personally used to. However, living on my own and managing day-to-day work life with my fellow volunteers was such a new and exciting experience. We were immersed in the local life, did extremely important work in the community, and dived into the culture! Living without wifi and convenience stores, I think, is something everyone should do at some point. The organization of the program was sometimes a bit discombobulated-- but that's what made the experience so memorable. It was like diving head first into the deep end of a pool. Even if our schedules were constantly changing, my team and I just went wherever we were needed, typing up reports and giving presentations whenever we could. Tacking our papers to trees, scrounging for markers, sending emails wherever we could get service. Extremely eye-opening, and impeccably gratifying. I would recommend this program to anyone who isn't scared of trying new things-- and who is willing to be bold for a chance at gaining something huge.
- valuable community work
- culture immersion
- fun excursions
- sometimes disorganized
Fiji Shark Conservation Volunteer Project
Truly a meaningful two weeks volunteering alongside like minded people from all over the world. Gained much insight about shark/mangrove conservation scene in Fiji, certainly heart warming to have to opportunity to play my part in environmental conservation work away from home. Project coordinators were friendly, knowledgeable and welcoming, I had a great time during the project. Highly recommend this program to undergraduates/anyone who is interested in marine conservation/shark ecology. You will have a blast!
- Learnt loads about Fijian culture & marine conservation scene in Fiji
- Meet like minded people from different countries.
- Explore the natural wonders both on land & in the ocean.
- Slightly long traveling hours.
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These are in-depth Q&A sessions with verified alumni.
Why did you choose this program?
I had some free time and I decided to use it volunteering for conservation. I did it twice, once in Costa Rica for three months and once in Galapagos for three weeks. I think that working hard in nature helps clear your mind and gives you a different perspective on life. And it worked very well.
What did your program provider (or university) assist you with, and what did you have to organize on your own?
As I am not a young person, I did everything by myself: looking for the program, choosing it, organising the flights and some of my traveling accommodations. I managed with Project Abroad about my fist night when I landed in the countries. And, of course, the lifts to my final destinations.
Everything worked very well.
What is one piece of advice you'd give to someone going on your program?
When you go volunteering, bring always with you patience, smiles, curiosity and flexibility. Be open-minded - there are new cultures, foods, lifestyles that you’ll meet and you have the opportunity to share yours with local people. Don’t be scared to experience, but respect and follow the behaviours of your guests. You might have problems only if you insist to behave as in your country.
What does an average day/week look like as a participant of this program?
Days with Project Abroad in Galapagos are very well scheduled. You have the opportunity to see many different aspects of local life, nature, animals. You can also organise tours and short trips to other islands of the archipelago. It’s a never-ending adventure.
You work for 5 hours per day (average) and then you can enjoy surroundings, pubs, restaurants.
Going into your experience abroad, what was your biggest fear, and how did you overcome it? How did your views on the issue change?
After the PA experience, I’m more confident in problem-solving and I know that a different lifestyle can be fun and definitely ‘change your eyes’. Things that seemed so important at home, take the right place in life.
I was scared not to find friends, but I was wrong. I found a lot of friends...
Any last pieces of advice?
The side goal of this experience in Galapagos (but also the one in Costa Rica) is that you really create a net of friends all over the world. You meet different people, different ages, different cultures. And it’s really interesting. I met Australian, Chinese, New Zealand, Canadian, European. When you share life, you learn a lot about other people.
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What is your favorite travel memory?
My favorite travel memory was having the chance to visit the coffee farmers in the central jungle in Peru. I got to see the entire process of coffee farming and the realities and life stories of the families working there.
How have you changed/grown since working for your current company?
I was able to grow both personally and professionally by traveling abroad and experiencing different ways of life. I was taught the importance of working as a part of a team and getting to know the different staff members, personally or via email or Skype.
What is the best story you've heard from a return student?
Hearing the experience that one of our medical volunteers had when given the chance to witness a birth.
If you could go on any program that your company offers, which one would you choose and why?
I would choose one of the marine conservation projects that are a great help to communities by contributing both with cleaning beaches and species research, and teaching children the importance of the environment.
Another project that I would be interested in joining is the nomad project in Mongolia. It will give you an amazing chance to experience a different culture first hand and learn a lot about their traditions.
What makes your company unique? When were you especially proud of your team?
I am very proud to be a part of this excellent team. I feel that we offer a great opportunity to people that wish to travel and make a difference, as an alternative to just tourism.
Projects like the Disaster Relief in Nepal after the earthquake, Teacher´s Training in Peru, Building in Ghana, Marine Conservation in several locations, and working with refugees in Italy are only a few examples of the different things that make me proud about Projects Abroad.
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Opinion | international news fosters global literacy.
Paying attention to more than the American media can increase critical thinking, cultural competency, and empathy for the global community.
Yasmina Sahir , Opinions Columnist February 12, 2023
On U.S. campuses, most assigned coursework utilizing media sources and casual conversations center on news outlets like Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and The New York Times .
At the University of Iowa, students are encouraged to further their global literacy through study abroad programs, language acquisition, and cultural classes. Remaining educated on international current events is another key part to becoming engaged citizens in a globalized world.
International news sources offer diverse perspectives to the often binary and divisive atmosphere of the American media. By utilizing non-American sources, students can further their own understanding of the issues impacting our global neighbors.
Podcasts are one of my favorite forms of intaking information. The Global News Podcast , sponsored by the BBC, posts news updates at least twice daily. Its 10-minute episodes allow listeners to stay informed even if they are short on time. Other highly renowned international media sources include Al Jazeera , the Associated Press , and ABC in Australia .
In the past, I heard that global news stations can be overwhelming. Domestic issues in the U.S. can be emotionally tiring without adding in the struggles of the other nearly 8 billion people living on Earth. But in 2023, the idea of domestic issues feels dead.
Economics, education, and social movements are interconnected if we choose to pay attention to them as collective issues. American history is filled with examples of the U.S. government sending aid to or interfering with the activities of other countries. It seems the responsible thing to do as an American citizen is to remain informed.
On Feb. 6, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey, Syria, and parts of Lebanon. While this natural disaster is still being investigated and aftereffects continue, the most recent death toll is estimated to exceed 25,000.
In September 2022 , Jina (Mahsa) Amin i was murdered by the Iranian Morality Police after being detained for an accusation of violating the Iranian hijab mandate. Protests since Amini’s death sparked violent government responses to these often peaceful movements with arrests and executions . Many of the victims are young teenagers and students.
In January, Germany approved Poland to send tanks to Ukraine to aid in the ongoing war against Russian invasion. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has asked for more tanks and aid from multiple countries to fight back against Russian violence.
The above are a few of the recently highlighted events that deserve the attention of American citizens.
On campus, students can look for classes offered in political science , global health , and international studies . These classes introduce students to global topics and informative international sources.
The news can be emotionally draining, especially when the focus is on death, human rights violations, and war. But following international news stations has helped me grow into a more empathetic person.
There is privilege in learning about issues from the safety of a classroom and debating topics that are literally life and death for others living a few thousand miles away.
The only way to solve domestic and global issues is to work together across cultural, linguistic, and political divides. Without a clear understanding of the causes and impacts of current events, I predict Americans will be left behind as the world confronts the choice of working together or becoming increasingly stratified.
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Nigeria judge extends cash swap deadline, calls outgoing president a 'dictator'
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Published on March 3, 2023 at 16h09, updated at 16h12 on March 3, 2023 Le Monde with AFP
The West is ignoring India's anti-democratic tendencies
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Published on March 3, 2023 at 16h00 Sophie Landrin
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Published on March 3, 2023 at 15h56 Le Monde with AFP
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Published on March 3, 2023 at 15h00 Dominique Gallois
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Published on March 3, 2023 at 14h51 Benjamin Barthe
King Charles chooses France and Germany for first state visits
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Macron pushes stronger economic ties in Angola
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G20 foreign ministers still divided over war in Ukraine
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'Ukraine is keeping records and intends to one day prosecute those responsible, up to Putin'
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Belarus jails Nobel winner Bialiatski for 10 years
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Chinese experts downplay 'no-limits' friendship between Beijing and Moscow
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Macron visits Angola to promote economic partnership beyond oil
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Opinion: Analysing the KSA’s growing market
4SPACE is currently engaged in various projects in Saudi Arabia, including those related to the food and beverage industry and governmental projects
The 4SPACE team is at work with game-changing projects in Al Khobar, Jeddah, Riyadh, King Abdullah Financial District and Diriyah Gate Development Authority. Firas Alsahin, the firm’s co-founder and design director, outlines some key differences between the UAE and KSA market as well as giving a sneak peek into his upcoming projects in the Kingdom.
How different is the design market compared to the United Arab Emirates?
They’re similar. Both Middle Eastern countries have a strong tradition of luxury and opulence in design. The design market in Saudi Arabia is relatively new, and there are fewer recognised firms than in the UAE. Culturally, Saudi Arabia has been steadily evolving from conservative roots and is becoming more tolerant and progressive for a new era. As a result, this has helped create a culture of greater acceptance and understanding conducive to positive growth. The UAE has a well-established interior design market with a long history of international influence and a wide variety of design styles. The cost of materials and execution varies greatly between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, too. Historically, it has been difficult for international designers to break into Saudi Arabia due to language barriers and a need for more knowledge about local customs. Both markets have unique characteristics; by understanding how they differ, interior designers can better meet client needs and deliver successful projects.
Can you tell us about any local design styles in KSA?
The market is enthusiastic as designers instil a lofty benchmark of quality and competition. Clients seek new and unique designs. The design scene in Saudi Arabia is undergoing an incredible transformation, becoming increasingly open, modern and sophisticated. The country is also experiencing significant social and economic changes, with many traditional restrictions and cultural expectations relaxing. Modern developments in Saudi Arabia feature mixed-use spaces with an open and inclusive design approach, including restaurants, cafés and shopping malls becoming less gender-segregated. The government has been heavily promoting a modern and open image of the country through initiatives such as Vision 2030, which aims to diversify the economy and promote a more open and liberal society. This has led to a greater emphasis on contemporary design in the country’s new developments. Many buildings now feature modern, minimalist, and international styles. Whilst the traditional Najdi design is ever-present, it’s clear that there is a more open and inclusive movement within the country, offering a unique blend of contemporary and traditional styles with bold colours, intricate patterns and exotic materials. Interior designers have adopted this distinctive style making a benchmark for interior design in the Kingdom. Despite the differences in style in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, designers strive to create beautiful spaces that reflect the values and culture of the respective countries.
How is the market for sourcing materials in the Kingdom?
Material sourcing for interior design projects in Saudi Arabia requires understanding of local culture, tastes and trends. A designer must know the materials’ availability, cost, quality, sustainability, regulations and guidelines. By considering all factors, designers can create unique spaces that exceed client expectations and meet local standards. Designers source materials from local artisans and international suppliers, including traditional textiles, ceramics and metalwork. The materials often reflect the country’s cultural heritage and traditional design aesthetic. There is a growing number of modern manufacturers of design materials in the country, such as furniture and lighting factories, which produce contemporary pieces using new materials and technologies. Many interior designers source materials from international suppliers from Europe and Asia, enabling them to create diverse and innovative designs whilst retaining much of the country’s heritage and style.
4Space F&B projects in KSA
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Climate advocates are rallying against the willow project. the white house is eyeing concessions to soften the blow.
With just days to go until the Biden administration is set to a release a decision on the first major oil drilling project of its tenure, the White House has indicated it may reduce the scope of the controversial project that has drawn fierce criticism from climate advocates.
The Willow Project, proposed by ConocoPhillips, is a massive and decades-long oil drilling venture on Alaska’s North Slope that the state’s lawmakers say will create jobs and boost domestic energy production. Its supporters say Willow could be a much-needed new source of revenue for the region.
But environmental groups have remained staunchly opposed to it, fearing the effect of the planet-warming carbon pollution from the hundreds of millions of barrels of oil it would produce. Young voters have rallied on social media against the proposal with the hashtag #StopWillow in posts that have amassed tens of millions of views. A petition to “say no the willow project” on Change.org has more than 1.6 million signatures and continues to grow.
They say the approval of Willow will deal a significant blow to President Joe Biden’s climate credibility after he pledged in his campaign to end new oil drilling on federal land.
By the administration’s own estimates, the project would generate enough oil to release 9.2 million metric tons of planet-warming carbon pollution a year – equivalent to adding 2 million gas-powered cars to the roads. Over the course of 30 years, climate groups have estimated it would release around 278 million metric tons of carbon pollution, which is more than what 70 coal-fired power plants could produce every year.
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In a move to assuage the criticism, the Biden administration is looking at reducing the number of approved drilling pads from three to two and offering to boost nature conservation measures elsewhere in the state, according to two sources familiar with the details of the plan.
White House officials are considering cutting the most ecologically sensitive drill site of the three, one source said. And in a final environmental impact statement, the administration described how it would plant trees to mitigate carbon emissions from the project and move some drilling infrastructure to protect local loon habitat.
A White House spokesperson declined to comment on the discussions. A final decision on Willow is expected next week.
The concessions are not going over well with environmental groups – while at the same time enraging Alaska’s bipartisan congressional delegation.
“I don’t see people rejoicing in the climate community over any amount of drill pads being opened up in the petroleum reserve,” one climate advocate who has been engaged with the White House in recent weeks told CNN.
On Wednesday, Alaska’s Republican Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan, and Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola, the first Alaska Native in Congress, slammed the idea of reducing drill pads to appease environmental groups.
“If they go to two pads, we have told them we will view it 100% as a full denial,” Sullivan said. “Conoco has made it clear it would not be economically viable, and we have warned the White House: Don’t try to be cute.”
No matter where the administration ultimately lands on the massive oil project, it could face lawsuits from multiple sides that could hold the project up further.
ConocoPhillips could pursue legal options if the drill pad sites are reduced. ConocoPhillips spokesperson Dennis Nuss said the company is waiting to see a final decision on the project before it shares next steps.
Environmental legal group Earthjustice has been preparing a lawsuit against the project if it is approved. That won’t change – even if the number of drilling pads is reduced – said Jeremy Lieb, a senior attorney for Earthjustice.
“I think that litigation is very likely,” Lieb, who is based in Alaska, told CNN. “We and our clients don’t see any acceptable version of this project.”
For climate groups that have been celebrating monumental wins in Congress under Biden, the Willow project represents a galvanizing moment of a different kind.
The League of Conservation Voters last month launched six-figure television and digital ad campaign urging Biden to reject Willow.
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LCV’s senior vice president of government affairs Tiernan Sittenfeld told CNN her group is not negotiating with the Biden administration for a reduced number of drill pads; they still want to see the project canceled.
“It clearly flies in the face of both his incredible climate accomplishments to date and his goal of cutting climate pollution in half by 2030,” Sittenfeld said. “Such significant swaths of the coalition that supports him are deeply opposed, and we’re seeing that this is incredibly galvanizing for young people.”
And activism against the project has surged on social media, with 50 million direct views of #StopWillow videos on TiKTok alone in recent weeks.
Climate advocates say that as Biden gears up for the 2024 election, a decision to approve Willow could risk alienating a base of young voters. It could also galvanize a widespread movement against a new fossil fuel project, like the resistance to the Keystone XL pipeline during the Obama administration.
“There’s a specific thing happening in a physical place; I think it makes it feel more real,” said Jamal Raad, co-founder and executive director for climate and clean energy group Evergreen Action. “I do not see one new voter for the Biden administration for approving the largest American oil extraction on public lands.”
‘Cooperation goes both ways’
The politics of the huge Alaska drilling project are messy – both inside and outside the Biden administration.
The Willow project has been under consideration since the Trump administration, which initially planned on approving it with a larger scope. The Biden administration has pursued the project with a smaller footprint.
It has sparked controversy even within the administration; when the Bureau of Land Management in Alaska released its preferred alternative of three drill pads last month, the US Department of the Interior put out a statement saying it had “substantial concerns” with the project, “including direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions and impacts to wildlife and Alaska Native subsistence.”
Alaska Natives are divided on the project. While the project has been largely opposed by the nearby Alaska Native village of Nuiqsut – which some villagers evacuated last year during a gas leak from another ConocoPhillips project in the area – it has garnered support from other Alaska Native tribes and officials who want the jobs and revenue the project could bring to the North Slope, which could boost the basic services for people that live there.
Nagruk Harcharek, president of the advocacy group Voice of the Arctic Iñupiat, said Tuesday the project has “majority consensus” among Alaska Natives on the North Slope.
“We utilize the jobs that projects like this provide,” he said. “[They] provide income for the families on the North Slope”
Harcharek also said he doesn’t believe the project would negatively affect subsistence hunting for animals, including whale and caribou.
“As the subsistence hunters of the North Slope, we would not support a project that threatened our subsistence livelihood,” Harcharek said, adding that subsistence hunting and resource development “are not mutually exclusive.”
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“When you talk about environmental justice and protecting the environment, us Alaska natives are part of that environment,” Alaska state Rep. Josiah Patkotak, who has no party affiliation, said on Tuesday. “We’re asking the president, his Cabinet, all those involved in the decision-making process to keep that in mind.”
A final decision on the project is expected next week. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre last month said the final decision on Willow rests with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland. But ultimately, environmental advocates and lawmakers like Murkowski told CNN they believe the White House – not Interior – will make the final decision on whether to approve Willow.
Peltola, Murkowski and Sullivan have been asking White House staff to meet with Biden directly about the project, Murkowski told CNN – a meeting request that so far has not been added to the president’s calendar. Murkowski told CNN that if that happens after a Willow decision is released, “That’s pretty rude, I think.”
“It’s not any great state secret that I have been a cooperative Republican with this administration,” Murkowski told CNN. “Cooperation goes both ways.”
This story has been updated with more information.
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