MSc Social Justice

Community Action and Social Justice: Short videos on your community

Hi All, Just to let you know that I have gotten things started by posting a mini-documentary called ‘Never give up’ which was produced by Edinburgh Social History Project and documents the history of community activism in North Edinburgh, a part of the city where I am from. So, if you would like to maybe post a Youtube video source Read More

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Community Action and Social Justice: Discussion forums, readings, my community videos

Hi CASJ students, I would just like to make a couple of general points about the course so far : Discussion forums: I would like to gently remind you to make use of the discussion forums. This is an important space for you to discuss, clarify, reflect on and develop your understanding of the week’s themes in the context of Read More

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Accessing Community Action and Social Justice

Dear Community Action and Social justice students, I understand that a couple of you have encountered some issues accessing the Moodle course. Any actual enrolment issues that were lingering should now be sorted out. I recommend accessing the course by going through the hub (http://social-justice.digital.education.ed.ac.uk) > ‘courses’ (http://social-justice.digital.education.ed.ac.uk/programme/) > ‘community action and social justice’ (https://www.moodle.is.ed.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=907) If it is set up Read More

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MSc Social Justice teaching awards

MSc Social Justice Teaching Nominations

For the 2014/15 academic year, Akwugo Emejulu, programme director for the MSc Social Justice and Community Action, was nominated for four Teaching Awards: Best Course (Theories and Politics of Social Justice), Best Overall Teacher, Best Personal Tutor and Best Feedback.

For the 2015/16 academic year, Akwugo was nominated for Best Overall Teacher.