18 h 30 min - 20 h 00 min

SIETAR France is pleased to invite you to the closing event of the 3rd ICIE Week of Intercultural Engagement.

Join us for a roundtable on the topic of mobility and its impact on our identity and society. A panel of participants will be sharing their stories followed by an interactive session where members of the audience will have the opportunity to reflect on and share their own experiences and questions in both French and English.

The discussions will be led by Pascale SCHMIDT-DUBOIS with an opening note from Laure AYOSSO

 Discussion Panel: Blessing OKORO; Luis FERNANDO PEREZ ARMAS; Jonathan LEVY

 Languages: French / English

Pascale Schmidt-Dubois is a lecturer at IESEG in intercultural management. Having lived most of her life abroad, she is also a consultant for expatriate families. Her fields of interest include bilingualism, diversity management and pedagogy.


Laure Ayosso is a Senior Teaching Fellow at IÉSEG, specialised in language learning strategies in hybrid environments and intercultural competence in higher education.


My name is Blessing Ofure Okoro. I am passionate about digital media, writing and life-long learning. I’ve gained over 7 years’ experience in the corporate world while working as a management consultant, an auditor and in recent years as a digital marketer. After my graduation from the 2018 IMBA class of IÉSEG School of Management, I went on to create my Auto-Enterprise here in France offering services in digital marketing, social media management and content writing for clients in Europe, Africa and North America. In my leisure time, I write in my journal, teach English lessons and I’m currently working on my second book.

Luis Fernando Pérez Armas est assistant d’enseignement et recherche á L’IÉSEG où il enseigne la gestion projet, et la gestion des opérations. Il est entrain de finir son doctorat á l’Université de Lille, et ses recherches portent sur la recherche opérationnelle pour la gestion projet.

Jonathan Levy is the initiator, and pedagogical, and advocacy director of the CRIA (Child rights in action). He is a teacher trainer and trainer of child professionals. He is educated in Pedagogy and the philosophy of education and lives and works in France. He provides training in the education, social, Intergovernmental and NGO sectors. Jonathan is a consultant for both UNESCO & UNICEF in pedagogy and children’s rights. He is the Vice President of the International Janusz Korczak Association and is a member of the high commission on children’s issues created by the French government: HCFEA

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