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Global Citizenship Trip to the National Theatre
At the beginning of March 2009 a group of Global Citizenship undergraduates and staff went along to the National Theatre to see the play 'England People Very Nice' by Richard Bean.
The play deals with issues of immigration, racism, relationships and violence over a historical period of 400 years in Bethnal Green, London. The play has, since it's opening, sparked a large amount of controversy and debate in parts of the UK media, centring on the question of whether it is, rather than chellenging them, pandering to, or promoting, racial stereotypes. So what better play to go and see some of the issues that cut to the core of the Global Citizenship Programme live on stage?
Photos and reviews will be posted up very soon!
Action Course students at UCL OneWorldWeek
On Wednesday 4th February our Action for Global Ctizenship group will be participating in the OneWorldWeek Fayre. They will be hoping to solicit views from UCL undergraduates on UCL's role in the global community and on how it might engage with the learning disabled.
STS Global Citizenship Programme now on Facebook!
The Global Citizenship Programme has launched a group on Facebook to try and promote the Study Abroad Programme overseas. The advantages of using a social networking site such as Facebook are that as the programme develops alumni students will be able to join the group to speak to prospective students about their experiences of coming to UCL, London and studying on the Global Citizenship Programme.
Come find us on Facebook here
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