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 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