Falmer campus (Watson 101 for introduction, C213 for lectures)
Wednesday 18 March 2020, 12-4:30pm
Introduction to Politics with Chris Wyatt
Should speech always be free? Can an intolerant policy to free speech ever be justified? This session explores the contentious issue of freedom of speech. Should there be an open policy without regard to context, or should perhaps deeply unpleasant opinions, racist, sexist, homophobic, etc, be legally prohibited, especially if it means the protection of already marginalised and vulnerable groups. We will conclude with a role play in which students will be invited to discuss in small groups the arguments for and against both sides of the debate.
Introduction to Social Work with Jackie Lelkes
The role of communication for Social Work. This session will explore a range of ways to communicate and think about why it is importance for social workers to be able to adapt how they communicate.
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