Global citizenship is a subject that somehow keeps coming back in my personal life but also in my work. Having the privilege of a whole year traveling and working in New Zealand, Australia and several countries in Asia when I was in my early twenties, I encountered the first situations that made me aware of the so-called global skills. In my first study, Bachelor Social Work, I was encouraged to have a look at groups of people who have another cultural background and how to include them. With the second study, Bachelor of Education, I was drawn to the subject about teaching foreigners our (Dutch) language. Unintentionally, but very grateful, I ended up working at the International Office of the University of Applied Sciences where again I encountered many moments of awareness about cultural differences and similarities. In my private life I found love with someone from Wallonia, the French speaking part of Belgium. You can imagine the many experiences of subtle differences in culture. These days I'm part time teaching Dutch and French at a secondary school and I'm the project leader of language policy. At the same time, I'm the owner of an online training school in skills. Inclusion is an important subject in our education which makes global citizenship a logical topic as well. Looking forward to meeting you all.