‘Continuing the journey’ is an introductory course to Development Education and an invitation to learn, share and reflect in order to make sense of our world. It offers space for deeper engagement with issues such as global inequality, power, and colonialism. It allows for critical reflection for time spent overseas and introduces multiple ways of being active for change.
The course will take place over 4 evenings (online) and is non-formal, participatory, and free of charge. The weekly sessions are accompanied by some light reading and viewings and some home tasks.
The series is structured in 3 phases:
Is this course for me?
The course is designed for anyone who volunteered or worked overseas and who has an interest in learning more about global issues and our role in working towards change. If you have no experience of working/volunteering overseas but are interested in the issues, then you are more than welcome to join.
When is it taking place?
The course is taking place on Tuesday evenings over 4 weeks (5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th of October) from 6 pm to 8 pm. We encourage everyone to join for the full 4 evenings as the sessions are interconnected and participatory.
An event for returned volunteers and development workers interested in connecting with each other, sharing stories, and continuing their global justice journey back home.
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This course is supported by Irish Aid as part of our strategic partnership whereby supportive and inclusive learning spaces are provided for communities to become critically engaged and come together to connect, activate, and amplify social justice issues.
See below where you can to find out more about volunteering for global justice and how to get active on global and social justice issues in Ireland and abroad.
Find out more about volunteering for global justice visit Comhlámh’s International Volunteering One-Stop-Shop
Join us as a Member and get involved in one of our groups active on global and social justice issues.
Find the range of courses we have to offer that cover various global justice themes.