On behalf of the Society for Intercultural Education, Training, and Research (SIETAR USA), the Board of Directors would like to express our deep concern and strong opposition to the U.S. Administration’s policy of separating immigrant parents and children who are detained while crossing the border into the United States. ...
SIETAR USA honors the life of Albert (Al) Wight, co-founder of SIETAR in 1974, who passed away in April 2018. A lifelong educator and humanitarian, Al made innumerable contributions to the intercultural and broader international sphere via military service, teaching, publishing, consulting, and more.
Spotlight on Ethics
The SIETAR USA Ethics Committee and Chair are responsible for the coordination of educational activities designed to support the understanding of and participation in the LIVING CODE. As part of these efforts, the committee presents Critical Incidents to encourage discussion of ethical issues. To participate in these discussions, please visit the Ethics Critical Incidents posted on the Critical Incidents page.