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Explores the complexity of ‘development ‘ and the contexts in which it takes place, locally and globally
Critically analyses development management
Analyses the complex ways in which conflict is generated and the diverse forms it takes
Develops the range of skills that contribute to conflict mitigation and the building of peace
- Makes links between academic learning and professional practice, to the benefit of both
Conflict and Development (C67)
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Study mode distance learning
Start Date: 2019/01/10
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Please note that the final enrolment date for this qualification will be in October 2019 after which it will no longer be available to new students. You must complete your study by 31 December 2021. If you would like to discuss your options with one of our advisers, please contact us.
This certificate presents a framework for looking at the origins of all kinds of conflict – from civil wars to community disturbances – and explores the theory, policy and practice of intervention. You'll investigate the nature of development primarily from an international perspective. It is relevant to work in a wide range of contexts, including humanitarian or military agencies, post-war support operations, and conflict resolution around gender, class or ethnicity.
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You should normally hold a bachelors degree from a UK university (or equivalent), or have experience in this field. If you are a non-graduate we suggest that you contact us for advice before registering on your first module.