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HPSC2017 Global Citizenship in Action
This page provides information about HPSC2017. The tutors are Dr Jon Agar and Dr Jack Stilgoe.
This is an action-based group-work course in which students develop and implement a project via which they, and a wider community, enhance citizenship and leave a legacy of new understanding, better practice or improved social relations. The student groups choose a contemporary issue of global significance (such as fair trade, climate change, public health, participatory democracy) and undertake a programme of learning and activity which enrols a wider community in a way that enhances both their own citizenship and UCL's citizenship in a wider community. For example, the students might develop and implement a project to enrol UCL's members in reducing UCL's carbon footprint; or run a 'town meeting' on universities and citizenship involving UCL, politicians and our neighbours in Camden.
A or B?
HPSC2017 is a one-term module, and we offer it in both Term 1 and Term 2.
- HPSC2017A is for Term 1
- HPSC2017B is for Term 2
The module is the same in both Terms: same assessment, same expectations.
|Individual essay (1000 words)||10|
|Group proposal for action/project delivery (3000 words)||30|
|Amended group proposal for action/project delivery||10|
|Group event, final report and evaluation (action/event and 3000 words)||40|
|Individual reflection (2,000 words)||10|
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