Over the course of the seven sessions, participants will explore global development and social justice issues by way of theatre, storytelling, social cartography, movement, play and debate. They will also be supported to tune into (and grow) the kinds of skills that help us to facilitate and hold learning space for others: active listening, empathy, non-judgement, critical thinking, reflexivity and curiosity.
This course is aimed at people with a demonstrated interest in global citizenship education or global justice issues, returned volunteers (from any organisation), students, staff or graduates of UCD. Several places are also open to individuals external to UCD with relevant experience.
This is an in-person course of no more than 25 people and will take place in the Red Room in the UCD Student Centre, UCD, Dublin. APPLY HERE
5.45pm – 8:00pm
Applications for Skills in Development Education 2022 will open online from 10th December – 10th January. Participants must be able to attend all sessions.