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Global Intercultural Citizenship in “Dignity Studies” Specialization by David Balosa, Doctoral Candidate Department of Language, Literacy and Culture (LLC) PhD Program University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Abstract shared at the 2015 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict, Columbia University, New York City, December 3-4, 2015. Abstract This paper is a contribution to the 2015 Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict organized by Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies Network at Columbia University, New York. Its goal is to address how the notion of global intercultural citizenship shapes a mindset of genuine communication for unity within diversity for community leadership and social justice. The significance of the contribution of global intercultural citizenship in this process is that it helps understand the question: How to move toward social and public policies’ change for common good and common humanity? How do we negotiate intercultu...