9 July 2021
Sociology of Global Health and Developmentonline course
Critical exploration of reverse knowledge innovation and action in global health and development.
Challenge the traditional assumptions around the production of the flow of knowledge, particularly within the global health and development arenas. Critically appraise different modes of knowledge production and construction and how this influences global health and development practice.
You will be introduced to the concepts of reverse knowledge innovation as a way of fostering mutual learning and applying other forms of knowledge. This course will be delivered in collaboration with the University of Ouaga II, Burkina Faso, West Africa.
You will learn using Zoom and Padlet.
This course is ideal for undergraduate students with an interest in this area.
You will be introduced to the concepts of reverse knowledge innovation as a way of fostering mutual learning and applying other forms of knowledge.
You will received a certificate to record your participation on this course.
GBP 100: This registration fee of £100 is non-refundable for students applying after 30th April 2021.
EUR 0: NA