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Engaging Conflict: Prevention, Management and Resolution

Application Deadline
31st March 2019
Start
1st July 2019
End
12th July 2019
Duration
2 weeks
Skill level
Advanced
Place
On campus
Costs/Fee
650 €
Description

The Engaging Conflict Summer School addresses three sets of core questions:

1 – What is conflict? When, where and why do different kinds of conflict occur? What actors are involved in conflict and how?

2 – How does conflict work? What are the causes and dynamics of conflict?

3 – How can we influence conflict? Intervening on conflict, and possible outcomes.

Engaging Conflict’s faculty draws from a unique spectrum of expertise to train a select group of participants in assessing the complexity of conflict and post-conflict scenarios, and evaluating the relevance and impact of different policy choices or normative standings, from non-intervention to conflict prevention.

Objectives

The Engaging Conflict Summer School is designed to equip committed students, early-career researchers and professionals with advanced tools to critically understand conflict and tackle it as a dynamic reality.

Preconditions

The Engaging Conflict summer school is designed for highly motivated students and professionals looking for a super-intensive program aimed at critically understanding conflict, post-conflict and peacebuilding.
A strict selection process aims to guarantee that the School’s working environment is as dynamic and challenging as possible.
We welcome applications from students and professionals who are in possession of the required qualifications. These are a Bachelor honours degree at 1st or 2:1 level (or an equivalent European title. Italian students holding a laurea triennale and not enrolled in a postgraduate programme have to have scored a minimum grade of 100/110) and good command of the English language, which is the working language of the School.
Undergraduate students (i.e. students who will not yet have a degree at the start of the School) who are enrolled in a university course with a strong international relations or security studies focus may also apply, provided that they have completed at least one year of their program.

Location
Via Ponza, 4 10121 Turin Italy

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Topics
  • Culture and identity
  • DDR
  • Gender / Gender mainstreaming
  • Conflict analysis
  • Conflict management & conflict resolution
  • Conflict prevention
  • Mediation & negotiation
  • Peacebuilding
  • Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration DDR
Languages English
Evaluation Final group work
Target Audience
  • General public
  • Youth
  • NGO staff
  • Other
Methods
  • Lecture
  • Group Work and Collaborative Problem-Solving
  • Case Study
  • Role-play
  • Simulation
No of Participants 25
Accreditation
  • Not available
Certificate
  • Transcript of award
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