|1.||Critically reflect upon current debates and discussions within the arena of international community development;|
|2.||Conceptually map how the internationalisation of economic, political and cultural processes is redefining the role of nation states and communities;|
|3.||Demonstrate interpretive skills with respect to the formation and delivery of community development programs in specific cultural settings; and|
|4.||Cogently advocate recommendations through corroborating evidence to a variety of audiences.|
|Presentation||20 minutes group presentations on set topics relevant to challenges facing international and regional organisations and policy making processes.||25%|
|Review||Book review on selected core readings set for the unit||25%|
|Essay||Critical essay on an international organization showing its history, how, why and who it was founded by, its philosophy, objectives and strategies.||50%|
International Organisations 3rd Edition
Artcher, C. 2002
Regional Organisations and Security: Conception and Practices
Aris, S & Wenger, A. 2013
An Insider's Guide to the UN
Fasulo, L. M. 2009
Yale University Press.
The NGLS handbook of UN agencies, programmes and funds working for economic and social development,
United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (NGLS) 1994,
NGLS, Geneva/New York.
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