Upcoming events

27 March: Annual General Meeting

We invite all our SIETAR UK members to come along, meet the Board, and help us define our strategy for the next year. Get your tickets here.

18 April: What role do interculturalists play at community level?

Society is divided now more than ever. So what role do we as interculturalists play and how can we support communities coming together? Get your tickets here.

15 May: SIETAR UK mentoring programme launch event

We’re excited to launch our exclusive SIETAR UK mentoring programme. More info coming soon.

28 June: SIETAR UK summer party

Our legendary summer party is THE event to meet fellow interculturalists, network and celebrate summer. More info coming soon.

About us

We’re the UK’s leading society for intercultural education, training, and research.

Our main purpose is to build a strong network of intercultural practitioners in the UK with activities ranging from conferences, professional development, networking events, and job offers.

As a not-for-profit organisation, we’re solely run by a Board of volunteers who are experienced in and passionate about everything intercultural.

We’re always looking for an extra pair of hands to help SIETAR UK grow. If you want to join the team, share an idea or write a blog for us, then drop us a note.

 

 

Benefits of being a member

+ discounted or free SIETAR UK events
+ work, training and recruiting opportunities
+ regular networking opportunities
+ discounts on SIETAR events worldwide
+ opportunities to participate in special interest groups
+ a chance to share experiences and best practices
+ 15% discount on the Country Navigator Licensing Affiliate Programme
+ 10% discount on cultureQs accreditation programmes
+ 10% discount on WorldWork’s assessments
+ Buy one get one free at Culture Buff Games

Sign up via our membership form.

 

From the SIETAR UK blog

Banter, racism and acculturation: Intercultural dynamics in team sports
Banter, racism and acculturation: Intercultural dynamics in team sports
By Daniel Clayton & Solvejg Wolfers Just over a year has passed since FIFA disbanded its...
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How Harry Potter could have stopped Brexit
How Harry Potter could have stopped Brexit
By Dr. Katharina Lefringhausen On 23 of June 2016, the British public voted to leave the...
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What do you know about Filipino cuisine?
What do you know about Filipino cuisine?
By Gosia Kluk   The Philippines is a Southeast Asian country in the Western Pacific, comprising...
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In a fractured Britain – where do we go from here?
In a fractured Britain – where do we go from here?
By Ciaran O'Brien British society is facing a challenging time. Many years from now politicians and...
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Multiculturalism – is it dead?
Multiculturalism – is it dead?
By Dr Katharina Lefringhausen With Brexit supporters asking for migration reduction and hate crimes reaching a...
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Our first SIETAR UK supper club – Indian experience
Our first SIETAR UK supper club – Indian experience
Food is a delicious part of any culture. And so what better way to experience different...
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Get in touch

The best way of contacting us is via email at info@sietar.co.uk.

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We’re always looking for an extra pair of hands to help SIETAR UK grow.

If you want to join the team, share an idea or write a blog for us, then drop us a note.