All courses listed below are available for free or you can opt-in for a paid verified certificate from the universities and institutions offering the courses.
1. Confronting Gender Based Violence: Global Lessons for Healthcare Workers
Confronting Gender Based Violence: Global Lessons for Healthcare Workers is a course that is offered by Johns Hopkins University. The self-paced course will allow students to be able to understand the global crisis of the main forms of gender based violence and the evidence that states that this violence can be linked to poor health. Students will be able to describe the strategies and challenges behind WHO guidelines for bringing a transformative response to this violence in the health community. Students will also understand how to give psychosocial support to a survivor of gender based violence.
2. What does it mean to identify as Transgender or Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC)?
What does it mean to identify as Transgender or Gender Non-Conforming (TGNC)? is a course offered by the University of Minnesota. In this course, students will be exposed to different concepts regarding gender. Such concepts include gender identity and the general nature of gender itself. Gender affirmation will also be discussed, along with the changing social dynamics surrounding the rise of transvisibility in the last decade. Students will be taught about the unique obstacles that are faced by transgender and gender non-conforming people, along with developing the skills to foster inclusive and welcoming spaces for such people.
3. Gender and Development
Gender and Development is a course that is offered by Deakin University. The course is designed to examine the relationship between development and gender. It will touch upon why gender is important in modern day development, both at the community and international levels. Items that will be explored alongside what gender generally has to do with development include if women are the core of such development and what brings development and gender together. The course is for students who are interested in pursuing work or a career in gender development in the community and humanitarian sectors.
4. Health Across the Gender Spectrum
Health Across the Gender Spectrum is a course that is offered by Stanford University. In this course, students will be given an intimate introduction into the lives and lived experiences of six children who identify as transgender, along with the relationship held with their families. Students will gain an understanding of the gender spectrum and gender identity. Using educators, Stanford physicians and transgender staff members, information will be offered in the way of tips for teachers, parents and healthcare providers in the way of creating a more gender inclusive space, a space where everyone is free to live their most authentic lives.
5. Gender Equality and Sexual Diversity
Gender Equality and Sexual Diversity is a course that is offered by the Universidad Diego Portales. This course is designed for those with an interest in gender and sexual minorities. By taking this course, students will become familiar with the different definitions and general concepts of gender and sexuality. Students will also learn about the history of those who have fought against gender and sexual orientation-based discrimination. Participants will become familiar with international institutions and norms, along with the public policies that surround the fight against such discrimination. There are no requirements or prerequisites to take this course.