This chapter explores the concept of international learning communities and how such communities relate to global diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. The internationalisation of higher education has, since the 1990s, been rapid and profound. It embraces study abroad programmes and transnational education, overseas branch campuses and global research collaborations, student and staff exchanges and international student enrolments. Sexism, classism, racism and social injustice have always been at the core of the university paradigm, and in some ways, this is to be expected. Nowadays, the identity politics can be espoused by anyone, regardless of their sexuality, gender, ethnicity, class or race.