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Conflict series - 3. From conflict to peace [PTP.2019.03E]

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Conflict series - 3. From conflict to peace [PTP.2019.03E]

Peace
Type:
Course
Location:
Web Based
Date:
Free and Open Event
Confirmed
Duration of event:
1 Days
Programme Area:
Peacekeeping
Specific Target Audience:
No
Price:
No Fee
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Other Event Details:
English

The conflict series is an open, self-paced course meant to provide an introduction to conflict studies and more advanced courses in conflictology.

The third and final chapter of the conflict series, this course explores how to bring conflicts to peace. The goal of this chapter is to give the learner a basic understanding of theories about conflict resolution, and a set of methods to accomplish this.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Illustrate the four main theories of transition from conflict to peace;
  • Describe the three main methods used for addressing violent conflict: negotiation, mediation and humanitarian negotiation.
  • Section 1: From conflict to peace
  • Section 2: Theories of transition from conflict to peace
  • Section 3: Conflict Negotiation
  • Section 4: Conflict MediationSection 5: Humanitarian Negotiation
  • Section 6: UN Conflict Resolution

The average work time is estimated at 2 hours.

The course is a self-guided, self-paced, web-based course that is on-going and can be accessed at any time. The material is presented in an interactive visual and text format with web-based reference resources. Multiple choice quizzes at the end of each lesson serve a dual function of assessing and evaluating the students’ understanding and retention and provide a further didactic function by reviewing the content.

Primary audience: The course is designed for anyone who has an interest and curiosity in conflict studies. Secondary audience: The course is geared towards anyone who wishes to garner a baggage of basic knowledge to then pursue more advanced courses in conflictology, notably UNITAR’s Master Degree in Conflictology.

Technical Requirements 

UNITAR recommends the following as a minimum in hardware and software to take our e-Learning courses. Please consult your Network Administrator or Systems person to ensure that you have the following: 

Platform: 

Windows 7 or superior; 
MacOS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or superior; 
Linux. 

Hardware: 

Intel Core 2 Duo – or AMD – 3 GHz processor; 
3 GB of RAM (4 GB recommended); 
Hard drive: 160 GB minimum.                     

Software

Adobe Acrobat Reader; 
Adobe Flash Player. 

Browser: 

Google Chrome 30.0 or superior; 
Mozilla Firefox 25.0 or superior; 
Safari 7 or superior; 
Microsoft Edge 

Note that JavaScript, Cookies and Popups must be enabled 

Mobile: 

- Apple iOS in Apple iOS 10 or superior on iPad: 

Articulate Mobile Player; 
Moodle Mobile. 

- Android OS in Android OS 4.1 or superior (optimized for tablets): 

Articulate Mobile Player; 
Moodle Mobile.

You will receive an email with the detailed information on how to access the course within 48 hours from the registration.

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