Empathy in a Divided World – workshop

Practice Empathy. Photo by Quinn Dombrowski via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Join us for an online workshop based on this teacher’s guide to tackling selective empathy in a changing and challenging world.

Join us for this online session Empathy in a Divided World led by Brighid Golden to discuss how educators can respond to the challenges of selective empathy, both for ourselves personally, and with others in our different settings.

Grab your lunch and join us online for a session of interest to teachers and educators in senior primary, Junior Cycle SPHE, CSPE and higher education as well as youth leaders and youth workers.

When: Thursday 25/01/2024

Time: 13:10 – 13:50 (40 minutes)

Registration: register your place (limited spaces via Zoom)

  • Session lead: Dr Brighid Golden is Assistant Professor in Global Citizenship Education at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, working and teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate courses aimed at pre-service and practicing teachers. She is also a member of the DICE Network. Brighid teaches, researches, and publishes in the areas of global citizenship education, critical thinking, resource development, initial teacher education, and self-study research approaches