Berkeley Changemaker™: Topics in International Ethics

Semester: 
Instructor(s): 
Section: 
1
Number: 
198
CCN: 
23807
Times: 
W 2-3pm
Location: 
REMOTE
Course Description: 

As Berkeley Changemakers, how do we apply ethics to critical policy questions? Designed for students who have had, or are currently taking, PS 124C Ethics and Justice in International Affairs, this 1 unit course allows a small group of students to select and engage deeply with a critical policy question that emerges from the course. Working in groups to develop a specific question, you'll craft solutions grounded in the ethical theories of the course while gaining a new perspective on how to lead change by engaging with the practical implications of implementation. This course also features practitioners in areas such as humanitarian intervention, international criminal justice, etc. who provide their perspectives on both the ethics and courses of action required for implementing change.
The Berkeley Changemakers' inclusive curriculum activates your passions and helps you to develop a sharper sense of who you want to be, while providing you the tools to take those next steps. Our curriculum focuses on critical thinking, communication, and collaboration complemented by an emphasis on creativity, community, and belonging.

 

To learn more, please visit:  https://changemaker.berkeley.edu/

Requirements: 

Student must have completed or be currently enrolled in PS124C, Ethics and Justice in International Relations.

Group visibility: 
Public - accessible to all site users