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AFLYST SOMMEREN 2022
Sign up for study activities at STADS Online Student Service within the announced registration period, as you can see on the Study administration homepage. When signing up for study activities, please be aware of potential conflicts between study activities or exam dates. The planning of activities at Roskilde University is based on the recommended study programs which do not overlap. However, if you choose optional courses and/or study plans that goes beyond the recommended study programs, an overlap of lectures or exam dates may occur depending on which courses you choose.
In collaboration with the Critical Edge Alliance, Roskilde University has chosen to offer a two-week summer course about the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Through this course, participants will address a number of the 17 goals. These will be discussed critically and interdisciplinarily with researchers and teachers from the university’s Department of People & Technology, Department of Social Sciences and Business and the Department of Arts and Communications. We will have guest lectures from consultants working in the SDG, University of Copenhagen and Tata Institute of Social Science (India).
For specific information regarding dates and location for this course - please click her: https://study.ruc.dk/class/view/27027
|Forventet arbejdsindsats (ECTS-deklaration)||
It is recommended that you have read the literature prior to the course, as we run with a full day programme. For each two and a half hour lecture the student is expected to use around 6 hours on readings and preparations. Around 40 hours are assigned for group work on a self-selected topic (including preparing a presentation for the final day).
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|Evaluering- og feedback former||
Presentations and feedback in plenum. Lecturers will also give individual feedback to the groups during their work.
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|Learning outcomes and assessment criteria||
The objective of the course is to enable students to acquire research-based knowledge about the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), the practical application of the framework and mechanisms for monitoring progress and impact.
The course will investigate the UN SDG framework as a driver for change, social innovation and sustainability while investigating critically the means and challenges in implementing the SDGs. The course will through the lens of the UN SDGs - explore a selection of key global challenges such as migration, food chain, sustainability and circular economies, urbanization and social innovation and entrepreneurship.
The course is tailored to address issues of inequality and social inclusion in the application of the UN SDGs and will explore the concept of partnerships for the goals. The course is part of an ongoing project to develop a global approach to global challenges drawing upon experience from partners of the Critical Edge Alliance (CEA).
|Prerequisites for participation||
Students must submit a Reflection Note no later than 2 days before the start of their studies. The reflection note must relate to the theme and literature of the course as well as expectations of the outcome of the course.
The reflection note has a range of 4800 - 7200 characters incl. gap
|Teaching and working methods||
Lectures, exercises and/or small (group) assignments
|Type of activity||
The course is passed through active, regular attendance and satisfactory participation.
Active participation is defined as:
The student must participate in course related activities (e.g. workshops, seminars, field excursions, process study groups, working conferences, supervision groups, feedback sessions).
Regular attendance is defined as:
- The student must be present for minimum 75 percent of the lessons.
Satisfactory active participation is defined as:
- The student must during the course hand in three products written individually and in groups (a group product must be followed by a group presentation).
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