Katelyn Forgione has been selected to attend the Education Without Borders conference in the United Arab Emirates from March 25 to 28. The fourth-year Bachelor of Child Development student will be a part of a global delegation of students representing more than 100 nations and 300 post-secondary institutions from around the world.
Katelyn was selected to attend the conference based on her research paper “Rights Respecting Schools.” As one of the 36 students chosen to present her paper, the organizers are paying for all of Katelyn’s flight and hotel accommodations.
Education Without Borders is an international student conference that creates networks across cultures in order to understand and generate solutions for some of the world's greatest challenges. The conference achieves this by engaging the world's most innovative students and leaders in the business, technology, education, and humanitarian sector in a collaborative forum that culminates in a commitment to action.