The International Student Seminar on Global Citizenship and Peace 2021 will focus on understanding global inequalities and looking at how we bridge the gaps to make the world a fairer place. The seminar will explore different kinds of inequalities that manifest themselves in areas such as race, education or health, as well as more recent forms such as digital inequality, focusing on their impact on peace and human security. The seminar will explore inequalities at a global level, as well as local inequalities which affect communities.
The seminar will also consider the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and how it has deepened the inequality crisis and accentuated differences. The seminar aims to provide an opportunity to reflect on how global efforts can achieve reduced inequalities, peace of the world and prosperity of people on the planet.
We look forward to receiving applications from students studying at INU member institutions. This event is open to students of INU member universities and will be delivered virtually in 2021. To find out more about the seminar and how to apply, please visit the website, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The INU Student Seminar on Global Citizenship and Peace is a unique immersion programme which is usually hosted in person, by Hiroshima University in Japan. For 2021, the student seminar will be delivered online.