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Students at ISL will have the opportunity to engage with issues of social justice, human rights, community cohesion, and global interdependence. They will explore issues of diversity, identity and belonging, and learn about power and governance. Students will develop the skills and mindset to challenge injustice, inequalities, and discrimination through informed, responsible action.

There is no more powerful transformative force than education – to promote human rights and dignity, to eradicate poverty and deepen sustainability, to build a better future for all, founded on equal rights and social justice, respect for cultural diversity, and international solidarity and shared responsibility, all of which are fundamental aspects of our common humanity.

 

Student work

Discover student projects below: