This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of green skills and inclusive diversity. In the first part of the course, students will be introduced to key concepts related to sustainability, environmental issues, the European Green Deal, the EU Taxonomy, climate change and biodiversity loss. They will learn about the impact of human activities on the environment and explore ways in which we can promote sustainable development and reduce our carbon footprint. Additionally, students will be exposed to the latest trends and best practices in green technologies and sustainable business practices.
In the second part of the course, students will focus on inclusive diversity and its role in creating a more sustainable and equitable society. They will examine the barriers that prevent certain groups of people from fully participating in society and learn how to promote diversity and inclusivity in their personal and professional lives. Students will also explore the importance of intersectionality in understanding how different forms of discrimination and marginalization intersect to create complex social issues. Through case studies and group discussions, students will develop critical thinking skills and practical strategies for promoting inclusivity and diversity in their communities.