Using knowledge about the historical use of an instrument such as censorship, make the students be able to recognize the attacks to freedom of speech and rights of information in the democratic societies.
How does censorship work in non authoritarian societies?
Sensitive and controversial issues: reflecting on the relationship between women and the male control of the public space, in the past and in the present.
What was forbidden and what was enhanced in women’s image and role under the fascist dictatorships? What about nowadays?
Students will engage with a contemporary issue that is provoking strong opinions and much debate in the European Union and beyond. They will be required to consider a range of perspectives and weigh them on the evidence that they have to support them.
How did the migrant crisis shake the foundations and principles of the European Union?
Students learn about the various circumstances of displaced persons to get a better understanding of how they lost their homes.
Why do people become displaced?