Our World Programme, Global Citizenship
A series of free lectures and events to understand global citizenship and reflect on its themes.
Our World Programme: Global Citizenship
Global citizenship education is one of the aims of UNESCO. It fits well with the University's aim to equip its students and staff with the awareness that the world is interconnected and that every individual plays a part in promoting sustainability, peace and intercultural understanding.
Our Global Citizenship programme is an opportunity to hear from experts, and explore and reflect on the themes of global citizenship.
The series of lectures and events for semester 1 will take place at 1.15pm on the following dates from October 2019.
4 December: Winter Celebrations
What do you celebrate with your family or in your country during the winter months? Christmas? Chinese New Year? Going surfing? Join us for some mince pies and some Winter cheer and find out our amazing global plans for you in semester 2!
Book your free ticket
Join us for the launch of the Global Citizenship programme. This will be an opportunity to find out more about the programme and why global citizenship is one of the University's priorities.
Guest speaker: Professor Peter Lambert, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Learning and Teaching.
Refreshments will be served in the East Building level 1 Foyer from 1.15pm.
16 October: Social Justice and Diversity
Equality and Diversity at the University of Bath
Guest speaker: Joshua Callander, Anti-Harassment Campaign Manager Find out more about the event
23 October: Peace and Conflict
The Evolution of the US Drone Programme: From Bush to Trump
Guest speaker: Dr Wali Asalam, Department of PoLIS
Find out more about the event
6 November: Globalisation and Interdependence
What does a general election mean for Brexit?
Guest speaker: Dr Richard Fairchild, School of Management Find out more about the event
13 November: Sustainable Development
A sustainable campus Guest speaker: Student-led activity: Antonin Samal, Laura Mitchell, Iris Bardon Find out more about the event
Our World Week; from 18 November to 22 November
From 18 to 22 November students and staff at the University of Bath are invited to participate in a wide range of social and cultural events. This is an opportunity to meet new people, discover the cultural richness of our campus, learn new things and have fun. From Bossa Nova to Belly Dancing, from Origami to Internationalising the Curriculum, join us for one, two, five or all events. Please visit our website to find out more about the programme
27 November: Identity and Diversity
Academic culture shock - postponed to semester 2 due to strike, date TBC
Guest speaker: Professor Mary Hayden and Professor Jeff Thompson, Department of Education. Ruqia Osman, SU Education Officer
4 December: Power and governance
How to make a change in a situation of conflict - postponed to semester 2 due to strike, date TBC
Guest speaker: Amy Peake, founder of Loving Humanity