Peace Operations: Manufacturing Peace
from Tuesday 7 July to Sunday 12 July 2009
from Friday 3 July to Sunday 12 July 2009 for credited students only
This in-depth look at the current and growing phenomenon of peace operations aims to provide participants with concepts and tools to understand and evaluate the process of contemporary peace-making missions, to study their transformation as well as the implicated actors and to analyze the debates surrounding the proposed reforms. The course is given entirely in English.
Course GEO3432 - REGISTRATION OPEN-ENDED
Il y a également une version française de ce cours.
This course is intended for citizens interested in international affairs, NGO representatives, civil servants, diplomats, journalists and business professionals. The course is offered by the department of Geography of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Undergraduate students who have already completed at least 45 credits may register and obtain credits for the course (3 credits, course GEO3432). Graduate students may also enrol provided they obtain their academic director’s approval.
*** IMPORTANT : credited students are required to consult the syllabus hereafter ***
Among the topics covered:
The U.N. doctrine on peacekeeping
The use of force
The responsibility to protect
Canada and peacekeeping operations
Regionalization of operations
Registration for the summer school is already open.
Directing the course:
Among the guest speakers: