POLC12H3: Global Public Policy and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

This course will introduce students to the global policymaking process, with an emphasis on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Students will make practical contributions to the policy areas under the SDGs through partnerships with community not-for-profit organizations, international not-for-profit organizations, or international governmental organizations. Students will learn about problem definition and the emergence of global policy positions in the SDG policy areas. They will assess the roles of non-state actors in achieving the SDGs and analyze the mechanisms that drive the global partnership between developing countries and developed countries.

8.0 credits including [1.0 credit from POLB80H3, POLB81H3, POLB90H3 or POLB91H3]
Social and Behavioural Sciences
Partnership-Based Experience