This lecture on globalization and diversity focuses on how globalization, including war and climate changes, generates more diversified societies via increased flight and migration. Dependent on how deeply the session leader wants the students to dig into the subject, the lecture can be split in two parts with a brake in between. Below are main points presented, for the session leader to elaborate on.  


Understanding global and transnational processes 




Othering and marginalization as terms




Minority discrimination and stereotypes – a historical perspective



Roots of migration in the last decades  




The terrorism threat and its background