Matariki Global Citizenship research
In itself, the Matariki Network of Universities promotes the development of joint interdisciplinary, innovative research. Our Global Citizenship Programme connects researchers across the network – staff and students – to explore global citizenship, and the three Programme strands: Empowering Learners, Community Engagement and Creating Spaces for Dialogue. Projects include joint research grant applications/publications, knowledge exchanges, and co-teaching initiatives.
latest Global Citizenship research posts
Dr Xiao Ouyang (National University Ireland, Cork) explores the idea of ‘global citizenship’ in terms of Chinese traditional philosophy and argues that despite the contemporary discourse on this concept and its notable Western philosophical origin,
Dr Oakleigh Welply (Durham University) offers a keynote lecture at the student-led Ustinov Annual Conference 2016. The conference took place 2 July 2016 at Ustinov College, Durham University, on the theme ‘Establishing the Global Citizen:
Image Copyright Joanna Rozpedowski By Joanna K. Rozpedowski Café Politique: Dialogues series at University College is meant to provide an interactive engagement with university and guest scholars and a diverse range of ideas in an informal