Peacemaking and Peacebuilding
This course will explore contemporary methods for peacemaking and peacebuilding as responses to real and and pertinent internal and external conflicts. There will be an emphasis not only on addressing conflict through high-level diplomacy—often thought of as “peacemaking”—but also through the lens of what the international, nationals and local community increasingly understands as “peacebuilding,” in the form of restorative justice and long term peacebuilding efforts which consists of, but is not limited to, a set of highly interdependent social, economic, and political approaches to interpersonal, international and intrastate conflict.
This course is eligible towards the completion of the Certificate in Global Affairs or Certificate in International Development (please note, this course can only be used towards one Certificate). Bundle your coursework and earn a professional credential that communicates knowledge and skills gained. Declared Certificate students receive 10% off of courses within the program.
You'll Walk Away with
- An understanding of contemporary peacemaking and peacebuilding
- A knowledge of the social, economic, and political approaches to peacemaking and peacebuilding
- Students who would like to know more about peacemaking
- Professionals who are seeking to deepen their knowledge of modern peacemaking and peacebuilding