UNCC300 - Justice and Change in a Global World
Prerequisites UNCC100 Self and Community: Exploring the Anatomy of Modern Society
Incompatible Units UNCC301 Humanity in Catholic History and Culture, UNCC302 Human Dignity in International Context
Teaching Organisation This unit involves 150 hours of focused learning. A range of learning and teaching strategies appropriate to the campus and mode of delivery and its interdisciplinary and team teaching methodology will be utilised. The unit will be offered in face to face, intensive and fully online modes, as well as offshore intensives.
"Interdependence obliges us to think of one world with a common plan".(Pope Francis, Laudato Si': On Care for our Common Home p.122)
Pope Francis challenges us to extend our thinking across new ways in which the relationship between self and community can be realised. In achieving a global consensus on the nature of our relationship to each other and the world in which we live, Pope Francis calls for a renewed emphasis on the dignity of the human person as the basis of all action, advocacy and solidarity. Universal fraternity and aspirations for the common good begin with a basic recognition that we need one another. In this unit you should develop your understanding of the dignity of the human person within the context of a global community. You should develop skills that may assist the cooperative efforts of government, business, faith groups, and not-for-profit agencies to achieve a more just and equitable world. On completion of this unit you should have acquired the skills and knowledge to become an active agent for change in an interconnected and interdependent world. This unit is the second of two units which are part of the University Core Curriculum.