Ecology, Migration and Tolerance: Limits to Cooperation
Many of the most acute problems we face today are of a global nature: they transcend national boundaries, they put the future of humanity at peril, and they can be addressed only through international cooperation. However, what can international cooperation deliver? Is it possible to come together and address in a sustainable manner looming ecological crises, concerns about social justice, and economic well-being?
This minor studies two perspectives -- a top-down institutional approach and bottom-up grassroots approach -- on two global challenges we face today: the ecological crisis and large-scale migration processes yielding increasingly diverse societies. Both perspectives, top-down and bottom-up, complement and reinforce each other. Any thorough and encompassing approach of these large global challenges thus requires the study from these angles.
Maximum number of students: 60
Prospectus number: 5000MECMTN
Number study activity: 1053
LEI students 2 May to 15 July 2022
TUD and EUR students 2 May to 31 May 2022