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Does gender matter in international and community development? Find out in this free online course.
Explore the experiences of workers in the coal mining industry from the 1840s to the 1920s and learn about its impact on Britain.
Explore the ways in which sport can actively contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals and other objectives.
Gender inequality is a key challenge in society. Explore its causes and consequences and consider the ways you can overcome it.
Discover how a focus on gender and sexuality transforms our understanding of modern, global history.
Explore some of the key questions around gender and feminism today and discuss how we can progress towards equality with these gender and feminism courses.
Learn how to design and prototype a chatbot that doesn't reinforce harmful gender stereotypes.
Get an introduction to applied linguistics and how linguistics is applied in a range of fields - from language teaching to law.
Explore how women are represented in the media and reflect on what it means for contemporary society and culture.
Dive into intersectionality theory and ask how intersecting factors like race, gender, and sexuality impact our lived experience.
Help to create a more trans-friendly workplace, by learning about trans people, the struggles they face and how to support them.
Build the professional negotiation skills you need to secure the salary increase – and self-belief – you deserve at work.
Cultivate the skills and the knowledge required in to responding to national and international emergencies by studying a humanitarian assistance action course.
Learn to recognise the signs of domestic violence and support domestic violence survivors as a health or social care worker.
Discover how to embed equity in your online teaching and support equitable participation for all
Learn how to find quality STEM resources and volunteering activities, and create an inclusive classroom that supports diversity.
Examine perspectives on society, and the cultural issues facing society. Apply sociological theory to researching social groups.
The British Empire continues to cause enormous disagreement among historians. Find out why and join the debate.
Learn how sociolinguists explore the relationship between language and the expression of personal, social and cultural identity.
Reclaim power over your own self-worth and learn from Jameela Jamil how you can transform your body image and practice self-love.
Learn how to challenge attitudes that lead to violence against women and develop your knowledge of this human rights issue.
Use literary and archaeological evidence to see how ancient Greeks and Romans approached health, well-being and societal issues.
Enrich your mind, diversify your skills and safeguard your future with our new work-ready arts degree at the University of Newcastle (UON).
Learn about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) including ADHD symptoms, the latest research and ADHD treatment.
Learn how to foster an entrepreneurial culture in business and take a critical view of innovation and entrepreneurship in society.
Learn how to show professionalism in the workplace and get essential office etiquette tips for professional communication at work.
Address the concepts, theoretical frameworks and practical details involved with planning and managing global health programmes.
Learn how technology can be used to share a diverse range of opinions and ideas, and amplify underrepresented voices online.
Explore the fashion industry’s impact on people and planet, what the Sustainable Development Goals are, and the link between them.
Gain expert knowledge in developing and evaluating your own business opportunity in a range of entrepreneurial environments.
Discover the varying uses of social media around the world and its consequences for politics, relationships and everyday life.