Refer to the specific census and withdrawal dates for the semester(s) in which this unit is offered.
Must be enrolled in an Undergraduate Degree
In this unit, we ask you to think about the vast and growing inequities in health that exist across the world and the challenges for people living in developing countries. We explore their underlying causes including: globalisation, transnational trade, tourism, rapid development, social and political transitions, climate change, violence and insecurity. Using research reports and case studies, we examine the wider context for working in international settings as well as the issues faced by Indigenous peoples, migrants and refugees. We explore our responsibilities as ‘global citizens’ and we challenge you to think about ways you could make a difference.
Upon successful completion of this unit, students should be able to:
Hurdle: 80% attendance at tutorials.
3 hours per week (1 hour lecture, 2 hour tutorial) PLUS 9 hours of private study hours per week.