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Comhlámh: New FREE Online Course on Ethical Communication

As makers of messages, how to pay attention to the unequal power relations between global North and South? How to communicate with humility and in ways that make a difference?

How to interpret this increasingly image and news saturated world with care and criticality? If these questions interest you, check out Comhlámh’s new course on www.ethicalcommunication.org.

 

The course is free to access with users able to work through course modules in their own time. There are 4 modules in total, representing 8-10 hours of learning with a certificate of completion available. Sessions are interactive, and combine reading, viewing, quizzes, flip cards and journaling. E-TICK will be a great resource for volunteers, students as well as youth workers, teachers and trainers in the field of global citizenship education.

 

Contact sive@comhlamh.org for more information. E-TICK was developed in collaboration with our European partners Društvo Humanitas (Slovenia), Zavod Voluntariat (Slovenia), INEX-SDA (Czech Republic), FOCSIV (Italy). With thanks to ERASMUS+ for funding the initiative.

 

More details and register here www.ethicalcommunication.org

 

This news was originally posted on Activelink.ie.

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