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Module POST CONFLICT STUDIES: CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTING PEACE AGREEMENTS

Module code: MC630
Credits: 10
Semester: 2
Quota: 20
Department: KENNEDY INSTITUTE
International: Yes
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This module focuses creating conditions where successful transitions to peace are possible and explores the political, security and economic challenges entailed in preventing the failure of peace agreements. Selected intrastate (civil) and interstate (international) conflicts are studied. Masters classes are held with key actors in implementing peace agreements.
Masters Classes are held by key actors in the Irish Peace Process. Previous guests were Baroness Nuala O'Loan, Ms Liz O'Donnell and Mr Bertie Ahern.
Students develop enact and present to the class the delivery and outcome of a practical project in peacemaking.
Following the delivery of the Postgraduate Certificate in Peace Process Practices the students will be offered a field trip to the Middle East, where they will have a further experience of hearing directly about peace process practices. This trip is entirely voluntary and not essential to the programme.

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