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University of Exeter International Summer School
Exeter, United Kingdom

This module will focus on the European Convention on Human Rights and its law, as interpreted by the European Court of Human Rights, and by the English courts through the (UK) ... +

This module will focus on the European Convention on Human Rights and its law, as interpreted by the European Court of Human Rights, and by the English courts through the (UK) Human Rights Act. This module aims to equip you with essential human rights law knowledge, and the key skills for understanding current developments in human rights -
Summer courses
English
Jun 2020
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This is an opportunity to work alongside world-leading advocates within the UN system. The key live cases are Southern women in the history and future of the UN; more effectiv ... +

This is an opportunity to work alongside world-leading advocates within the UN system. The key live cases are Southern women in the history and future of the UN; more effective means of holding war criminals to account; a global system of weapons elimination and control, finance for a green New Deal, and the creative origins of the United Nations will be studied along with an opportunity to engage in real-time advocacy on one of these themes and learn from the readings. -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
20 Jul 2020
25 May 2020
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

The Global Diplomacy Summer School course will be a unique offering to the summer school environment. Bringing together cutting-edge research in the broad fields of Diplomatic ... +

The Global Diplomacy Summer School course will be a unique offering to the summer school environment. Bringing together cutting-edge research in the broad fields of Diplomatic and International Studies, and award-winning blended pedagogic delivery, the course will address a range of relevant issues such as Gender, Human Rights and the role of International Organisations. -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Jun 2020
25 May 2020
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This course provides a critical introduction to the history, nature and impact of social protest and social movements, the politics of neoliberal development and rise of NGOs ... +

This course provides a critical introduction to the history, nature and impact of social protest and social movements, the politics of neoliberal development and rise of NGOs into a global industry. It analyses how social movements and NGOs have interacted and influenced each other, and how they have globalised. -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Jun 2020
25 May 2020
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This course investigates the complex inter-relationships between media and social transformation in the People’s Republic of China since 1949. Through a detailed engagement wi ... +

This course investigates the complex inter-relationships between media and social transformation in the People’s Republic of China since 1949. Through a detailed engagement with the politics, theory and practices of media production and consumption in China, the course introduces students to different periods of media reform and social change from the era of Chairman Mao through early economic reform in the 1980s and 90s under Deng Xiaoping through to the period of ‘harmonious society’, Xi Jinping and social media. -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
29 Jun 2020
25 May 2020
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This course aims to place the modern Middle East in its international context, exploring histories of empire and decolonisation, hegemony and resistance, conflict and cooperat ... +

This course aims to place the modern Middle East in its international context, exploring histories of empire and decolonisation, hegemony and resistance, conflict and cooperation, as well as identity and foreign policy. It is informed by a rigorous engagement with theories of international relations. The course begins with an exploration of the different historical phases of interaction between Middle East states and the international system. These are divided into the colonial, Cold War and post-Cold War periods. -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Jun 2020
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This course examines the linkages between conflict and development, between inequality and violence, and between the structures and interests which contribute to the continuat ... +

This course examines the linkages between conflict and development, between inequality and violence, and between the structures and interests which contribute to the continuation of violence within and between countries. It is primarily informed by a political economy approach to analysing conflict, and highlights the way in which the economic and political interests of conflict parties and their international backers may conspire to form ‘war systems.’ -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Jul 2020
25 May 2020
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This course offers insight into key issues in the study of gender and conflict, interrogating Security Council resolutions on women, peace and security, including conflict-rel ... +

This course offers insight into key issues in the study of gender and conflict, interrogating Security Council resolutions on women, peace and security, including conflict-related sexual violence, while also analysing transnational feminist approaches beyond the resolutions. -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Jul 2020
25 May 2020
Campus
 
RIT Kosovo™
Prishtina, Kosovo +1 More

Practice global learning with new friends from around the world. Explore conflict transformation with practitioners and academics in classrooms, workshops, study-travel, and m ... +

Practice global learning with new friends from around the world. Explore conflict transformation with practitioners and academics in classrooms, workshops, study-travel, and meetings with senior officials in the Balkans. Do this and more at the Post-Conflict Transformation summer program at the RIT/A.U.K. Our five-week package consists of two courses (three credit hours, offered by A.U.K’s partner university, Rochester Institute of Technology) and one of two study tours: Montenegro, Bosnia, and Serbia or Albania, Greece and Macedonia. Courses are for undergraduates, graduates and professionals in relevant fields The program offers courses in: -
Summer courses
Full-time
Part-time
English
Campus
 
Georgian Institute Of Public Affairs
Tbilisi, Georgia

This course is designed to provide graduate and senior undergraduate level students with a broad knowledge and understanding of the Black Sea-Caspian Region. The course will p ... +

This course is designed to provide graduate and senior undergraduate level students with a broad knowledge and understanding of the Black Sea-Caspian Region. The course will provide with strategic overview of historic and recent developments, as well as with different scenarios for long-term developments in the region through examination of the empirical cases and current security environment in the region. -
Summer courses
Full-time
2 weeks
English
Campus
 
Collegium Civitas
Warsaw, Poland

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of the countries of Central Europe quickly moved to detach themselves from the Russian sphere of influence and joined western insti ... +

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of the countries of Central Europe quickly moved to detach themselves from the Russian sphere of influence and joined western institutions including NATO and the EU. -
Summer courses
Full-time
15 days
English
Campus
 
Collegium Civitas
Warsaw, Poland

Elites are organized minorities capable of affecting political and policy outcomes of nation-states regularly and seriously.

Elites are organized minorities capable of affecting political and policy outcomes of nation-states regularly and seriously. -
Summer courses
Full-time
15 days
English
Campus
 
University of Southampton International Summer School
Southampton, United Kingdom

When you join the International Summer School 2019, you will study up to six exciting topics across the four weeks you are with us. Each topic is delivered by an international ... +

When you join the International Summer School 2019, you will study up to six exciting topics across the four weeks you are with us. Each topic is delivered by an internationally-recognised member of academic staff at the University of Southampton working in partnership with one of our many enthusiastic postgraduate research students. Across three engaging and interactive classroom sessions, they will introduce you to their topic of choice, explaining why it is important to them and offering you an insight into the world-class research environment they work in. -
Summer courses
Full-time
4 weeks
English
Campus
 
University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom

This topic, delivered by Steve Chisnall, a former Sir Vice-Marshal in the UK’s Royal Air Force, and the Director of Southampton’s MSc in International Security and Risk, provi ... +

This topic, delivered by Steve Chisnall, a former Sir Vice-Marshal in the UK’s Royal Air Force, and the Director of Southampton’s MSc in International Security and Risk, provides you with an overview of the main security challenges facing the world today. It provides you with the opportunity to explore answers to the questions posed above through the use of classic and contemporary literature from a range of academic disciplines. You will also be provided with the chance to examine specific case studies to apply these security theories to real-world challenges, exploring different policy options that governments could consider, and debate the merits and drawbacks of these approaches. -
Summer courses
Full-time
4 weeks
English
Campus
 

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