Personnel of peace operations, Civil servants , NGO representatives, Researchers, Students, Any person with responsibilities and interest in solving conflicts.
Duration60 ECTS (1500 hours) in no more than two years.
The International Master’s Degree in Conflictology presents empirical knowledge and insight on conflict resolution, transformation, mediation and management, for conflicts of all importance, be they interpersonal or global. Practitioners and academics from prestigious universities, the United Nations and peace research institutes guide participants through the virtual learning environment, enabling them to learn about the peaceful resolution of conflicts and prepare for professional practice. This programme trains participants in all applications of conflictology and facilitates the development of professional projects by giving participants access to the largest network of people working to promote peace.
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2013 Fall semester
Deadline for application | 13 Jul 2013
More information - contact details
Dr. Ludwig Gelot
Peacekeeping Training Programme • United Nations Institute for Training and Research
Ms. Maria-Antònia Guardiola López
School for Cooperation • Open University of Catalonia
Practitioners and academics
This online course offered for free by USIP presents an introduction to the subject of conflict analysis, illustrating analytical tools used, with reference to two extended case studies, the conflict in Kosovo and the genocide in Rwanda. A certificate is available for those who successfully pass the exam at the end of the course.
A text-only pdf version of the course is also available.
Individuals from a range of disciplines (law and other social sciences, project management, etc), with experience in developing and industrialised countries, as well as international field missions: government officials; regulatory bodies (e.g prison/police inspectors; national human rights institutions; Bar Councils etc); international civil servants (UN agencies, AU, EC, OSCE, OAS etc); non-state actor as well as policy advisors/project managers. The programme is of particular relevance to consultants providing technical assistance services to bi- and multi-lateral donors
Venue: National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland
Monday 10 - Friday 14 June 2013, &
Monday 21 - Friday 25 April 2014
Application form: may be downloaded from the end of this page.
The central objective of this annual training programme is to enhance the skills of participants in applying Human Rights Based Approaches to Justice Sector Reform. It will facilitate the development of knowledge and skills regarding:
- The legal principles and practice underpinning human rights based approaches to justice sector reform
- The inter-linkages between justice sector actors (law enforcement, judicial, corrections, etc)
- The relationship between the justice sector and related sectors ('security sector'), and concepts 'rule of law', 'good governance'
- Human Rights Based needs assessment, programme design, implementation, monitoring & evaluation
- Programming tools (including Human Rights Based benchmarks and indicators)
- Case studies from national contexts and international field missions (conflict and post-conflict)
- Teamwork, advocacy and strategic partnerships
The Programme uses a variety of pedagogical techniques; including presentations, plenary discussions, group work and role-plays, case studies, etc. The programme is highly participatory and emphasises cross-learning among participants, based upon advance reflection. Advance reading provides participants with a common grounding in the international legal framework governing justice sector reform and human rights based approaches.
An indicative programme is available here, and will be up-dated in light of the profiles of confirmed 2013 participants.
Reflecting the multi-disciplinary nature of human rights based justice sector reform, the programme is aimed at individuals from a range of disciplines (law and other social sciences, project management, etc), with experience in developing and industrialised countries, as well as international field missions: government officials; regulatory bodies (e.g prison/police inspectors; national human rights institutions; Bar Councils etc); international civil servants (UN agencies, AU, EC, OSCE, OAS etc); non-state actor as well as policy advisors/project managers. The programme is of particular relevance to consultants providing technical assistance services to bi- and multi-lateral donors (see IHRN Expert Database)
Application process: Please complete the application form below. Any queries can be address ed to firstname.lastname@example.org, with 'OJIR13' in the subject line.
The programme is non-residential. Participants will be provided with a range of accommodation options to choose from, including on-campus.
- See 10-14 June 2013 logistics details
The programme fee for 2013 is 1475 euro for payments received by 1 March 2013 - covering tuition, materials, lunch and refreshments during the programme. The fee after that date is 1875euro.
Deadline for Applications: There is no formal deadline but priority is given to applicants confirmed for the 2013 programme before 1 March 2013. If you require an Irish visa, please allow 8 weeks for that application to be processed by the Irish authorities once your place has been confirmed.
International Human Rights Network Scholarship
Details of the criteria and application process for an IHRN Scholarship for this programme in 2013 are available here. Please note that the deadline for receiving completed scholarship applications for this programme is 1 April 2013.
The next International Summer Academy on Peacebuilding & Intercultural Dialogue by Institute for Peace and Dialogue, IPD will take place in Vienna, Austria during the 1-11 September.
The main goal of the summer academy is to support institutional academic peace education and strengthen peace-building skills and intercultural dialogue of international society.
Contact Person for sending application documents
Director of IPD
Institute for Peace & Dialogue, IPD
Address: Apostelgasse 17/20, Wien, Austria
Tel.: +43 6604947601
The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies is proud to announce that the Professional Certificate in International Security will take place from 11th - 15th November 2013 in London, UK.
International security is a key concern for all states given that local criminality, transnational criminal organisations and terrorists flourish where there is weak rule of law, a lack of adequate border control, entrenched corruption and poorly trained officials. The combination is extremely difficult to tackle in states with limited resources and as a result, individual states and international organisations each have a crucial role to play in ensuring citizens' safety and well being.
Past participants have benefited greatly from this high-level programmeand are now able to better recognise the contexts in which destabilising conditions can arise and to determine practical, implementable ways of tackling these problems before they cause social and economic crises or regional friction.
This certificate is accredited by the Chartered Management Institute, the leading body that awards internationally recognised management and leadership qualification.
For further information please visit the website.
Until 24th July 2013 there is an early registration rate of £2450 (registration after 24th July is £2950). If you wish to attend this certificated programme please register online now or contact us on +44 (0) 20 3137 8640 to secure your delegate place(s).