Presentation on theme: "8 June 2011 Presenting Crossing Borders Spring 2011."— Presentation transcript:
8 June 2011 Presenting Crossing Borders Spring 2011
CB Global Studies Content Spring 2011 The aim: toward understanding the global forces impacting on our lives and how we can participate positively in shaping the future we want for ours and future generations
Introduction participants and course themes communication and presentation and facilitation skills the folk Højskole movement and Denmark
Active citizenship What is voluneering Why volunteer? In which issues you can volunteers What are the benefits of volunteering? When is the best period of your life to volunteer What does it take to volunteer? What are main global volunteer organisations
Millennium Development Goals
The founding philosophy of globalisation The dream: a free open world where people, ideas, services, goods move freely, where cultures meet and cross fertilise. This has been made possible by the impressive advancement of telecommunication and transport The relay: one big market monopolized by the mega corporations which make profit anywhere, anytime.
the global drivers/ institutions The bank The Fund WTO TNCs
the green/climate dimension
ROOT CAUSES CORE PROBLEM EFFECTS Issue Conflict Effect The Conflict Tree Adapted from “Working with Conflict” RTC Manual and others
Global Media As the media is controlled by big corporate monopolies for profit, we need : Strong public service media Media education from childhood Sufficient media awareness as a necessary qualification for jobs Using the opportunities provided by the online media Netizenship development
Organisational development Name Logo Moto/slogan Legal status Background that led to/triggered its creation Vision Mission Organisational structure Core objectives Target/stakeholder/beneficia ry groups Activities Organisational learning policy and strategy Funding sources
Methods cooperative simulations, introduction lectures workshops documentary films individual/pair/group work project guest speakers Student run workshops on active citizenship and voluntarism at high schools visits to relevant institutions study tour in Denmark
evaluation What was the most useful for you What was the most interesting for you Your most important contribution The academic content The social content The group dynamic within CB What can be done better
CB U ROCK! See you soon and have a safe journey! TAK !