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Peaceful Resolution of Violent Conflict

This course compares and contrasts different approaches to the pacific resolution of violent conflict, such as peace building, peacemaking, and peace operations. Contribution of religions to peace building. An effort is made to understand when, why, and how such approaches are effective or ineffective for managing and resolving conflicts.

Prerequisites

  • Prerequisites: ECS 2191 and ECS 2192

Faculty of Human Sciences >> Conflict Studies

Minimize schedule Course schedule for the session: Winter 2021
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
ECS 3125 WA00
It is recommended to have 45 university credits before taking this course. Consult an academic advisor as needed.
Course offered in English
January 11 - April 14 N/A Online Philip Onguny