Global Citizenship: An attitude or stance towards the world


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  • Global perspective

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    Have a broad global understanding, with a high regard for human rights, equity and ethics (4)

    Global citizenship: an attitude or stance towards the world: Graduates of the University will be Global Citizens, who will aspire to contribute to society in a full and meaningful way through their roles as members of local, national and global communities (5)

    An international perspective on the field of study (6) *

    Global citizenship: an attitude or stance towards the world: Graduates of the University will be Global Citizens, who will aspire to contribute to society in a full and meaningful way through their roles as members of local, national and global communities (7)

    To acquire cross-cultural and other competencies to take a citizenship and leadership role in the local, national or international community (8)

    International perspective: Think globally and consider issues from a variety of perspectives; apply international standards and practices within a discipline or professional area (9)

    Social and ethical responsibility and an understanding of indigenous and international perspectives (10)

    Global in outlook and competence (11)

    Demonstrates international perspectives as a professional and as a citizen (12)

    Demonstrates international perspectives in research in a discipline or professional area and as a leading citizen (12)

    Respect for social and international diversity (15)

    Global perspective: An awareness of and respect for the social, biological, cultural and economic interdependence of global life (17)

    Global perspective (17)

    Community responsiveness: an attitude or stance towards society Graduates will be enabled to play effective and responsible roles as members of local, national and global communities. They will have a capacity for perspective forming and an appreciation of the philosophical and social contexts of their disciplines . They will have the ability to engage in constructive public discourse to sustain communities (18)

    Readiness to participate in and ambition to lead regional and global societies, in both professional and personal roles (20)

    Cross-cultural and international outlook: engaging productively and harmoniously with diverse cultures (21) *

    Cultural awareness - a global world view encompassing a cosmopolitan outlook as well as local perspective on social and cultural issues, together with an informed respect for cultural and indigenous identity (22)

    Engaged citizenship - they will add to the productive capacity of the economy and be in demand and will be attuned to, and engage with, contemporary social and cultural issues and aspire to make meaningful and helpful contributions to local, national and global communities (23)

    Work toward improvement in society; understand economic, political, social, and environmental systems with an international perspective; act in environmentally sustainable ways; and accept service to the community as the primary purpose for professional life (24)

    Understands the local and international relevance of their chosen field(s) of study (26)

    Flexibility: Can function effectively and constructively in an inter-cultural or global environment and in a variety of complex situations (29)

    Global citizens who respect the environmental, social, cultural, and economic attributes of communities right across the globe. CSU students learn to consider the global impacts they will have and seek to address these issues on a local and international scale (30)

    Appreciation of international perspectives in a global environment (31)

    Understanding of the social, economic and cultural impact and application of their research and its national and international academic relevance and value (PGC) (31)

    Willingness to contribute to the intellectual, cultural and social life of the regional, national and international communities (32)

    Aware of local and international environments in which they will be contributing (eg socio-cultural, economic, natural) (33)

    Understand the international implications of local decisions and the local implications of international decisions (34)

    Global Citizenship: Evidence of students' ability to connect discipline-based theory and practice to the implications of their work in global and culturally diverse contexts (36)

    Global perspective (37)

    Responsible: Understand how decisions can affect others and make ethically informed choices Appreciate and respect diversity Act with integrity as part of local, national, global and professional communities (38)

  • Sense of local/domestic social responsibility

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    Have an understanding of different cultures that enriches experience and challenges assumptions (2)

    Be well-informed citizens able to contribute to their communities wherever they choose to live and work (4)

    Accept social and civic responsibilities (4)

    Value different cultures (4)

    Have an understanding of the social and cultural diversity in our community (4)

    Engage in meaningful public discourse, with a profound awareness of community needs (4)

    Respect indigenous knowledge, cultures and values (4)

    An understanding of social and civic responsibility (6)

    A knowledge of other cultures and times and an appreciation of cultural diversity (6)

    To acquire mature judgement and responsibility in ethical, moral, social, and practical, as well as academic matters (8)

    Cultural understanding: Respect individual human rights; recognise the importance of cultural diversity particularly the perspective of indigenous australians; value diversity of language (9)

    Understanding and appreciation of indigenous perspectives (10)

    Recognition and appreciation of gender, culture and customs in personal and community relations (10)

    Culturally and socially aware (11)

    Is committed to ethical action and social responsibility as a professional and citizen (12) *

    Is committed to ethical action and social responsibility as a researcher in a discipline or professional area and as a leading citizen * (PGC) (12)

    A graduate of (Uni 13) is committeed to the actions and responsibilities required of a professional and a citizen (13)

    We expect our students to engage positively with people and ideas beyond the limits of their own geographical, disciplinary, social, cultural or other boundaries, and to span the boundary between the world of study and the world of work (14)

    Equity and social justice (15)

    Sense of civic responsibility (15)

    Be responsible and effective citizens (15)

    Social justice: An acknowledgment of and respect for equality of opportunity, individual and civic responsibility, other cultures and times, and an appreciation of cultural diversity (17)

    Social and civic responisbility (17)

    Knowledge of other cultures; Knowledge of other historical times; Appreciation of cultural diversity (17)

    Commitment to good citizenship, including respect for individuals, empathy with persons of differing cultural and religious backgrounds, community responsibility and concern for the environment (19)

    Commitment to values consistent with the University's Mission (19)

    A spirit of service to the community (19)

    Social responsibility - they will be aware of generally accepted norms of ethical behaviour and be encouraged to act in a socially responsible manner both in the work place and other settings (23)

    To have a sense of personal and social responsibility (25)

    To value and respect difference and diversity (25)

    Engages responsibly in work and civic life with respect for diversity and social justice principles (26)

    Citizenship (28)

    Is able to apply equity values, and has a sense of social responsibility, sustainability, and sensitivity to other peoples, cultures and the environment (29)

    Awareness of ethics, social responsibility and cultural diversity (31)

    A sense of professional, community and environmental responsibilities (32)

    The ability to work with people of different gender, age, ethnicity, culture, religion and political persuasion (32)

    An understanding of regional issues (32)

    An understanding of Indigenous Australian issues and cultures (32)

    Demonstrate ethical action and social responsibility in their personal, professional and community lives (34)

    Acknowledge the social and ethical implications of their actions (34)

    Appreciate the impact of social change (34)

    Recognise social justice issues relevant to their discipline and professional area (34)

    Appreciate Indigenous culture and history (34)

    Social responsibility (37)

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