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Global Citizenship

Week 1 Introduction: An ethic of care for the world – Hannah Arendt. Week 2 Introduction: There’s a moment when you have to choose whether to be silent or to stand up - Malala. Week 3 Introduction: It always seems impossible until it is done – Nelson Mandela. Week 4 Introduction: A community is like a ship; everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm – Henrik Ibsen. 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. You can use the hashtag #FLglobalcitizenship to talk about this course on social media.

Topics Covered
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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Instructors Gloria Visintini, Sally-Ann Kitts, Hanrahan Highland, Mark Allinson, Jade Boyd, James Hawkey, Suzi Wells, Suzanne Collins, Rachel Flecker, Valeska Ting, matthew ellis, Madhu Krishnan, Jacqueline Maingaerd, Eirik Bjorge, Theresia Hofer, Diego Acosta, Tariq Modood, Jo House, Scott Mooney, Alice Toms, Catherine Linney, Doreen Pastor, Ann Singleton, Anis Suffian, Ellie W, Issy Comley
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Rating Not enough ratings
Length 4 weeks
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Starts Feb 12 (last week)
Cost $44
From University of Bristol via FutureLearn
Instructors Gloria Visintini, Sally-Ann Kitts, Hanrahan Highland, Mark Allinson, Jade Boyd, James Hawkey, Suzi Wells, Suzanne Collins, Rachel Flecker, Valeska Ting, matthew ellis, Madhu Krishnan, Jacqueline Maingaerd, Eirik Bjorge, Theresia Hofer, Diego Acosta, Tariq Modood, Jo House, Scott Mooney, Alice Toms, Catherine Linney, Doreen Pastor, Ann Singleton, Anis Suffian, Ellie W, Issy Comley
Download Videos Only via web browser
Language English
Subjects Programming Humanities Social Sciences
Tags C R Politics & the Modern World