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Introduction to Technical and Legal Aspects of Conflict Resolution

Introduction to some concepts pertaining to the analysis and resolution of conflict: judicial norms, contracts, binding character of judicial decisions, judicial organization and structures, formal processes of mediation and negotiation. The course also includes consideration of some aspects of international law, as well as principles of conflict management in key fields areas such as labour, social services, etc.

Prerequisites

  • Prerequisites: ECS 2191 and ECS 2192

Faculty of Human Sciences >> Conflict Studies

Minimize schedule Course schedule for the session: Fall 2021
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
ECS 3101 WA00
The course is prerecorded (asynchronous mode) and offered only online via Brightspace.
It is recommended to have 45 university credits before taking this course. Consult an academic advisor as needed.
Course offered in English
September 08 - December 08 N/A Online William J. Cornet