Understanding the Global Community – International Law, Organizations, and Regimes

Understanding the Global Community – International Law, Organizations, and Regimes

>>>>Dean Grillot: Let’s talk a little bit about one way in which we can address and solve problems in the global community, and that’s through international law and the development of international governmental organizations. It’s important to acknowledge the fact that these are governmental organizations. The emphasis here is on states and governments, and how […]

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Critical Approaches to Academic Literature – Online short course

Critical Approaches to Academic Literature – Online short course

For those students looking to further study at postgraduate level this course will provide a good introduction. On the professional side of things this course will provide opportunities for the student to develop critical skills, to use evidence effectively, to develop their own practice settings and to support their colleagues. You would learn how to […]

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Students giving back to the community | Curtin Volunteers!

Students giving back to the community | Curtin Volunteers!

>>Curtin Volunteers! it’s a student-run volunteering society and we have a bunch of different programs, projects.>>Basically we send out people all around Perth to do different volunteering programs.>>An avenue for students, giving them the opportunity to be able to serve the community.>>They might do things like youth engagement, community development working, you know, on an […]

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Jessup Minute: How to Get Involved in Local Government

Jessup Minute: How to Get Involved in Local Government

(upbeat music) – Local government has the most impact on your day to day life. Today we’re going to look at five ways that you can make a difference. First, identify the body that is hearing your particular issue. For instance, school boards usually represent one school district. City councils consist of members that represent […]

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No Spiritual Career, David Hoffmeister, ACIM A Course In Miracles

No Spiritual Career, David Hoffmeister, ACIM A Course In Miracles

“Нет духовной карьеры” Дэвид Хоффмайстер Соблазн любого духовного учения состоит в том, что эго хочет его захватить. Даже если у вас есть такое глубокое духовное учение как Курс чудес, даже тогда, эго хочет забрать его себе. Один раз я поехал в Буэной Айрес, в Аргентину, и провел 19 встреч одну за другой, каждый день по […]

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Kajabi Community: What is a lotus blossom and why use it?

Kajabi Community: What is a lotus blossom and why use it?

– Today I am gonna walk you through the Lotus Blossom Exercise. This is a technique that I use when brainstorming, mapping, planning, you name it, this is a more structured format than mind mapping and I cannot take credit for it, this is one of my go to books, it’s called Thinkertoys by Michael […]

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English and American Literature – BA (Hons) – University of Kent

English and American Literature – BA (Hons) – University of Kent

If you were going to come to Kent to study English literature or English and American literature, I would say that you need to enjoy reading and read widely both things that you like and things you might not be too sure on and read outside your subject area. But along with all of that […]

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Understanding the Global Community – Realism/Neorealism

Understanding the Global Community – Realism/Neorealism

>>>>Dean Grillot: We’ll begin our examination of international relations theory with one of the most dominant approaches in the field, and that is realist theory. Realists believe that states are primary actors. So think about all those actors we’ve already talked about in this class: individual actors, international organizations. To realists, these actors are not […]

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Professor Peter Harrison, Southern Cross University on new coral colonies Great Barrier Reef

Professor Peter Harrison, Southern Cross University on new coral colonies Great Barrier Reef

[Music] We’re here at Heron Island on the southern Great Barrier Reef and what we plan to do over the next week is to collect lots of coral spawn during the annual mass spawning period and grow millions of larvae and raise these so that we can put them onto the reef and let them […]

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Understanding the Global Community – Liberalism/Neoliberalism

Understanding the Global Community – Liberalism/Neoliberalism

>>>>Dean Grillot: So moving on to other forms of international relations theory, let’s look at liberalism and neoliberalism. Liberalism is actually one of the earliest forms of international relations theories. It was created shortly after the First World War, what was then called the Great War, to prevent another one. Scholars, thinkers, and decision-makers got […]

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