Short Course: Peacebuilding in Divided Societies

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INCORE Announcement - 7 August 2015
Short Course: Peacebuilding in Divided Societies

The purpose of this course is to provide participants with a thorough grounding of the academic field of peacebuilding and the different approaches and interventions employed within it. Drawing on a range of international examples, participants will gain an understanding of the various definitions and theoretical understandings of peacebuilding and will develop a broad understanding of the various structural, economic, social and psychological impacts which require attention following violent conflict. This course is aimed at anyone interested in the theory and application of intercommunal peacebuilding.

[Derry Peace Bridge]
The Peace Bridge spanning the river Foyle

This course is also offered as a module within the following programme: PgDip/MSc Applied Peace and Conflict Studies

If you successfully complete this course and then wish to apply for this programme, you would normally be exempt from the equivalent module providing you meet the entry conditions for the full programme.


100% Coursework - (1) Critical Review and (2) Essay


The course requires attendance from 10:15am - 2:05pm on six Fridays. Start date Friday 6th of November until Friday 11th of December.


Magee Campus

Entry Requirements

Any undergraduate degree.

Credit and Certification

15 Credit Points. These short courses can be taken individually or combined over a period of time towards a Postgraduate Certificate of Professional Development.



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