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Equality and diversity

  • Spring 2025
  • Next course: 17. March - 28. March 2025
  • CMM/CRD Elective Course | 4 ECTS
  • Course:CRD1704

About the course

The course examines social diversity and equality related issues in coastal and remote communities. The emphasis is on changing gender relations, intensified international mobility, as well as ageism and gentrification. Students will also learn about marginalized groups as well as aspects of exclusion and social discrimination in relation to empowerment and community development.


Learning outcome

On completion of the course a student:

  • can explain perspectives and challenges regarding social diversity in coastal and remote communities.
  • has an understanding of intensified international mobility in a context of globalization and remote and rural areas.
  • has the ability to relate equality and social diversity in rural and remote regions to dynamic (changing) systems.
  • can participate in and lead group discussions about social diversity and equality in coastal and remote communities.
  • has the ability to develop a small-scale research project regarding solutions or improvements regarding equality and diversity in coastal and remote communities.


Prerequisites: No prerequisites registered for the course

Assessment: 10 % Class participation; 90% written or oral assignments

Final Exam: Assignment