Each student will produce a 20 minute presentation the following topics:
Human Rights: Children’s rights / Women’s Rights (UK & Africa)
Gender Equality / Balance in the UK. What are women’s experiences of equality & balance in the UK? (Including, amongst other topics, Safer Sex negotiation). This must involve primary research into your & your friends’ knowledge & experiences in the subject matter as well as secondary research.
TfaC’s target audiences, exercises, games & songs
The important political and sociological issues arising from ‘Westerners’ working in Africa
Drama in health education (history, UK, Africa, interactive theatre, radio programmes, etc...)
Bottom-up policy making & Top-down policy making – pros & cons of each
The effectiveness of specific development programmes in Africa (Does aid work?)
Overview on the country of Malawi (including language lesson in Chichewa)
Leadership & Social Change – what do _we_ (SMUC students & staff) need to ‘bring to the table’ to make our time with TfaC a true ‘exchange’ of practice rather than ‘Developmental Tourism’?
HIV / Aids (history including myths / spread / etc...)
HIV / Aids (prevention (ABC’s) / treatment / cure? – including testing)
HIV / Aids (societal effects – including women’s rights / gay rights / etc...)
HIV / Aids (UK v. Malawi)
The relationship between Gender and HIV (UK & Africa)#
Participatory approaches to Development