On this course, you’ll explore a range of institutional responses to social problems.
Using real-world examples, you’ll discover the role and vibrant world of citizen action groups, community businesses, local governments, and public entrepreneurs.
You’ll explore the strengths and weaknesses of self-governance through major policy challenges like climate change and the housing crisis.
You’ll also be introduced to economic, political, and sociological concepts as you reimagine traditional ideas of public policy and challenge narratives about what ordinary people can achieve in public life.
This course is designed for anyone interested in learning more about governance and public policy.
This may be final year school students and university students seeking an introduction to the subject, or policy and media professionals and MPs who require more a thorough understanding of governance.
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