Our database houses well-cited scholarship by diverse author and/or scholarship that addresses key elements of diversity in the field of International Relations. The resource center spans topics central to international relations, including theories such as realism and liberalism, and emerging areas of interest such as transnational crime. Explore DEI syllabus resources.
It’s time to transform international affairs education. We offer resources to improve schools’ curricula, composition, and culture so that future foreign policy experts are better prepared to address the social forces contributing to fragility and unrest globally.
Research summaries examine DEI-related issues in curricula, in campus culture, and in the diversity of the faculty, students and staff. These syntheses of the academic literature can be leveraged in creating and implementing DEI strategies and plans. View research summaries subdivided by topic.
Access resources that cater to the needs of students, employers, scholars, and university administrators. Among these tools, you’ll find a list of DEI strategies and plans at U.S. universities, opportunities for mentorship, job posting sites, networking organizations, and more.
Class syllabi should be retooled to feature scholarship by diverse experts and to consider how diversity, equity, and inclusion influence global affairs and national security.Carla Koppell, Senior Advisor for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Georgetown University
The University Leadership Council on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in International Affairs Education
Deans and directors of top U.S. graduate schools in international affairs and public policy participate in our University Leadership Council on Diversity and Inclusion in International Affairs Education to share best practices for promoting diversity and inclusion in graduate studies programs.