The Citizenship DRC is associated with several undergraduate and post-graduate courses (and some training programmes not mentioned here). These courses are diverse; each is situated in a distinct political context and institutional culture, and each uses different teaching practices. The courses, however, all have two things in common. They have all integrated Citizenship DRC materials centrally into their curriculums, and they have all been influenced by a process of reflection and peer-to-peer sharing. This experimental process of developing curriculum in different countries through peer support, and the lessons learnt by introducing critical, comparative research on citizenship into the classroom, are described in the attached paper. For more information on each course, click on the links below.
This module is part of a Masters in Rural Development at the Autonomous Metropolitan University in México City.
International Perspectives on Citizenship, Democracy and Accountability is a distance learning Post Graduate Diploma, provided by PRIA in New Delhi.
Contemporary Democratic Theory: Enhancing Public Participation in Local Governance around the World (South Africa)
Contemporary Democratic Theory – Enhancing Public Participation in Local Governance around the World is a senior undergraduate Political Science module, at the University of the Western Cape.
Governance: Governance, Administration and Ethics in the Public Sector is a senior undergraduate module in an Honours in Public Administration module, University of the Western Cape.
Democratizing Citizen Engagement: North and South is a senior undergraduate module in Political Science at the University of Alberta.
Citizenship, Political Participation and Social Change in the Global South is a third year undergraduate module in Political Science at the University of Toronto.