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Dr. Ibrahim Alladin
International Education Advisor, MIIT


1975-76:Newark Technical College, Newark, England
1977-78:Central London College, London, England
1978-82:University of East London, London, England
1982-84: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
1984-87:La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

     Certificate in Administrative Management, 1982, London, England
     B.A. (Hons) Sociology with Professional Studies, 1982, London, England
     M.Ed, 1984, Alberta, Canada
     Ph.D, 1988, Melbourne, Australia

     Paul Harris Fellow
     Alex Taylor Public School Award on Multiculturalism
     Citizenship Citation Award from Government of Canada
     Global Education Award, Altai State University, Russia
     Community Award presented by the Edmonton Vietnamese Community
     Basic Education Award, India
     Award of Excellence, Hanson International Academy, Toronto


1973-74:School Teacher, Mauritius
1979-81:Lecturer, St. Patrick's College, England
1982-84:Research Assistant, Centre for International Education and Development, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
1984-87:Research Scholar, La Trobe University, Centre for Comparative and International Studies in Education, Melbourne, Australia
1986-88:(April) Lecturer, Charles Sturt University, Australia
1989-90:Lecturer, Grant MacEwan Community College, Edmonton,Alberta
1989-91:Lecturer, University of Alberta
1991 (Sept.)Visiting Professor, Altai State University Russia; Institute of Sociology and Sofia University, Bulgaria
1990-94:Director, Edmonton Immigrant Services, Edmonton, Alberta
1989-95:Associate Director, Centre for International Education and Development, University of Alberta
1992-94:Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta
1991-95:Executive Director, STAR International Consultants Ltd., Edmonton,Alberta
1993-95:Team Leader, Papua New Guinea, Asian Development Bank Project on Institutionalization of Social Impact Analysis in Higher Education in Papua New Guinea
1995-99:Coordinator of technical education project, Malawi
1996-2014:Coordinator of mining project, Tanzania
2000-2004:Coordinator of environmental education project, India
2006-2008:Coordinator of Canada Immigration and Integration Project in India, ACCC
1995-2014:Director, Cambrian International, Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
2006-2009:Visiting Professor, Ecole Management de Normandie, France External examiner for University of Madras, India, and Banaras Hindu University, India, for doctoral candidates



> Alladin, M.I. Education and Neocolonialism, CIED: University of Alberta, 1989
> Alladin, M.I. Perspectives in Global Education, CIED: University of Alberta, 1990
> Alladin, M.I. and Bacchus, M.K. (eds.) Education, State and Politics in Multicultural Societies: An International Perspective, Ginn Press, Needham Heights, MA, 1991
> Alladin, M.I. and Abu-Laban, B. (eds.) Beyond the Gulf War: Muslims, Arabs and the West, MRF: Edmonton, University of Alberta, 1991
> Alladin, M.I. (Ed.) Teaching in a Global Society, Ginn Press, Needham Heights, MA, 1992
> Alladin, M.I. (Ed.) Multiculturalism in the 1990s.  Policies, Practices and Implications, EISA: Edmonton, Alberta, 1993
> Alladin, M.I. Economic Miracle in the Indian Ocean: Should Mauritius Lead the Way? Editions de l'Océan Indien Presse: Rose-Hill, 1993.
> Alladin, M.I. Racism in Canadian Schools, Harcourt Brace, Toronto, 1996
> Alladin, M.I. A President for the People. Editions Le Printemps, Vacoas, Mauritius, 1997
> Alladin, M.I. The Living Legend, Editions le Printemps, Vacoas, Mauritius, 1998
> Alladin, M.I. The Living Legend, second edition, Editions le Printemps, Vacoas, Mauritius, 2000

Published several papers on education, social change and international development in leading academic journals.


English, French, Hindi, Urdu, Creole

Travelled, lectured and participated in international development activities in over 40 countries