Institute for Developing Across Differences

REAL WORLD ISSUES COURSE

Addressing Hot Global Issues Locally
-Dr. Maja Nenadović

When divisive global events take over local discourses

OVERVIEW

Increasingly, global events spark divisive local reactions — even, in some cases, provoking violence — far from their places of origin. 

Explore this troubling “spillover effect” phenomenon and, as a powerful alternative to it, learn how to use more considered, critical responses and constructive approaches in both your own work helping others and your everyday interactions.

This course is for those who seek strategies to cool rhetoric and allow for authentic engagement about complex issues for which there are differing perspectives and no clear-cut answers.

 

HOW TO REGISTER

Simply click on ENROLL NOW and you will be redirected to the University of Groningen's registration system to apply for this course.

From this page, select the course dates (only one option is available) then simply and easily Register as a new user to complete your registration and pay. The IDD will be in contact once your enrollment has been approved.

NOTE: You'll need to register separately for each course in which you wish to enroll.

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COURSE TYPE

Real world issues

 

 

DURATION/DATES

1 day/10 July 2024

 

TARGET LEVEL(S)

Senior (20+ years)
Advanced (13-19 years)
Mid (6-12 years)

TUITION FEE

€560
includes certificate from the University and the Institute 

HOW TO REGISTER

Simply click on ENROLL NOW and you will be redirected to the University of Groningen's registration system to apply for this course.

From this page, select the course dates (only one option is available) then simply and easily Register as a new user to complete your registration and pay. The IDD will be in contact once your enrollment has been approved.

NOTE: You'll need to register separately for each course in which you wish to enroll.

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WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS SAY

“What I appreciated most was Dr. Nenadović’s matter-of-fact, non-apologetic presence, addressing issues head-on yet always from a place of respect and humility. She embodied her multitude of experiences.”

“Fantastic blend of effective models, flexible design, ability to build trust and rapport, and humility. Should be offered twice so everyone can take her course.”

“Maja is an inspiration in her facilitation and the way she synthesizes ideas and allows for the participant’s strengths to be leveraged.”

Maja possesses unprecedented skills in empowering learners: she has personally designed a workshop in rhetorical self-defense for young Roma students, teaching them to speak out against discrimination. Out of the ten days training received, participants ranked Dr. Nenadovic’s training as the best and the most interactive in terms of learning and skills.
Open Society1
Roma Initiatives of the Open Society Foundation
Budapest, Hungary

HOW TO REGISTER

Simply click on ENROLL NOW and you will be redirected to the University of Groningen's registration system to apply for this course.

From this page, select the course dates (only one option is available) then simply and easily Register as a new user to complete your registration and pay. The IDD will be in contact once your enrollment has been approved.

NOTE: You'll need to register separately for each course in which you wish to enroll.

ENROLL NOW