Gestion des crises

Crédit : 3 ECTS
Langue du cours : anglais

Volume horaire

  • CM : 18 h

Conflict Understanding
flict Mapping

The course is methodologically rooted in experience sharing. As such, it will provide a deliberative, dialogical and engaged academic and political space for the investigation of key current issues and debates confronting theorists, researchers and practitioners in the field of peace and conflict resolution, management and transformation.

Learning Outcomes
Students can expect the following Learning Outcomes:
  • Knowledge of the history of the peace studies field and its achievements
  • Knowledge of the basic concepts of peace (positive and negative peace), violence (direct, structural, cultural), and processes of peace (peacemaking, peacebuilding, peacekeeping)
  • Understanding of the major approaches (paradigms) to constructing and practicing peace (coercive power, world order, conflict resolution, nonviolence, personal and community transformation), including their characteristics, actors/institutions, strengths, weaknesses, and critical analyses
  • Awareness of challenges and issues in achieving and maintaining peace (development, globalization, gender, democracy, post conflict peacebuilding)
  • Conflict Analysis
  • Competence to critically analyse key features and challenges of conflict transformation
  • Understanding the roles pf storytelling within conflict transformation
  • Awareness of the principles and values of peace

  • Class participation & team work
  • Final exam

Ramsbotham, Oliver, Tom Woodhouse and Hugh Miall. 2011. Contemporary Conflict Resolution: The Prevention, Management and Transformation of Deadly Conflicts. Cambridge, UK; Malden, MA: Polity.

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Année universitaire 2017 - 2018 - Fiche modifiée le : 29-03-2018 (09H15) - Sous réserve de modification.