Unleash Your Potential: Global Citizenship








Last updated on June 18, 2024 10:25 am

Get an introduction to what it means to be a global citizen and the opportunities it creates.

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Who is the course for?

This course is aimed at anyone interested in globalization and citizenship, but may be of particular interest to students who are looking to develop their transferable skills for the workplace and general day-to-day life.

What topics will you cover?

Week 1 Introduction: An ethic of care for the world – Hannah Arendt.

Citizenship: what does it entail and can it be global?

Equality and Difference: how should we approach global challenges?

Peace and Conflict: the challenges of global responses and responsibilities.

Week 2 Introduction: There’s a moment when you have to choose whether to be silent or to stand up – Malala.

Forming Societies: questions of nations and nationalism.

Connected World: relationships and tensions between local, national and global interests.

Demographic Challenges: migration and the issues surrounding inequalities in wealth and resources.

Week 3 Introduction: It always seems impossible until it is done – Nelson Mandela.

Health and Well-Being: working to overcome global inequalities.

Technological Advances: to share or not to share?

Climate Change: the physical challenges of living on a changing planet.

Week 4 Introduction: A community is like a ship

everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm – Henrik Ibsen.

Freedom of Speech: is it a basic human right?

The Religious and the Secular: past, present and future.

Democracy and citizenship: the issues and challenges of our global age.

What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…

Develop an understanding of what global citizenship might involve through the exploration of some of the key current, multidisciplinary, global issues and concerns.

Engage with the cultural and political challenges that come from global interactions.

Explore the fundamental issues of some of the key social, cultural and economic challenges facing the world today.

Investigate how to get involved in practical ways at local, national and international levels in ways that aim to make a positive difference in the world.

Debate three different areas of specific health, scientific and technological challenge.

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