Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Social Justice, Equality, Diversity and Health
Part-Time. See Additional Teaching Mode Information for more info.
Cert of Attendance
Various. See Fees Section. See Fees and Costs for full details.
See Requirements for full details.
17th January 2020
22nd January 2020
This course explores issues relating to social justice, equality, diversity and health from an interdisciplinary perspective. The offering invites participants to critically reflect on these issues with an emphasis on activism, agency, empowerment, and advocacy. It encourages participants to explore the reality of unequal power relationships, discrimination and oppression and the denial of access to opportunities, resources and decision-making processes.
We will help you to facilitate the development of awareness on
(1) Cultural issues and cultural appreciation
(2) Anti racism, and anti-discriminatory practice
(3) Social justice, equality, and human rights
(4) Individualisation neoliberalism and health
Lectures will start in January, 2020.
Wednesday 22nd January
The location will be confirmed via email for applicants who recieve a space on the course.
Certificate of Attendance awarded on completion of course.
Additional Teaching Mode Information
12 weeks of lectures, 2 hours per lecture
Fees and Costs
€150.00 Early Bird Registration until 30th November 2019
€180.00 Registrations after 30th November 2019
UCC Staff Fee: Free
Unwaged/Direct Provision Fee: As part of the UCC University of Sanctuary initiative those interested who are unwaged or members of the asylum seeking community living in direct provision may be eligible for a fee waiver. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for fee waiver information)
How Do I Apply
Applications are currently open for January 2020 intake
For Professionals please click on the following link to apply:
For UCC Staff / Students please click on the following link to apply:
For Direct Provision / Unwaged applicants, please email:
Claire Dorrity email@example.com for fee waiver information.