This exciting new iGCSE encourages students to think synoptically, and join together thinking from different parts of the world and society. It covers politics and governance, economic development and the environment, culture and community, technology, and a citizenship community action project. Students will critically engage with their local, national, and international worlds, and world views. They will cover topics including democracy, global politics, human rights, humanitarian intervention, international development, international law, Non-Governmental-Organisations, the United Nations’ Human Development Index, the World Health Organisation, migration, changing patterns of wealth and poverty, and the role of technology for communication and responding to climate change. This is the course for any student interested in understanding in depth and engaging meaningfully in today’s diverse and ever changing world.