|1.||On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to: Articulate the intersectionality of gender, sexualities, race, class, abilities and related categories of difference in the context of social action and change;|
|2.||Exhibit an understanding of the dynamics of social movements and organising action for social change;|
|3.||Apply, identify and articulate feminist approaches to inequality, oppression and change;|
|4.||Examine and respond to contemporary debates by engaging with activist-based approaches and organising for change at a local to global level;|
|5.||Analyse and apply critical thinking to issues of inequality and social and political change and transformation|
|Presentation||Group presentation on current social and political change action||30%|
|Project||Campaign plan and report||35%|
|Exercise||In class debate in philosophical question format||10%|
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