Security Governance & Conflict Resolution
The word ‘security’ is omnipresent in media, politics and daily conversations. But what does it actually mean? What makes one feel secure? And, more importantly, how is security organised in order to improve it and what are effective ways to deal with (violent) conflicts? In other words, in what ways is security governed?
This three-week programme will give students an in-depth look into the ways in which thinking and speaking about security have changed over time, and how stakeholders on various levels deal with conflicts and security, ranging from the international arena to the state and from private security companies to communities and individuals.
17 June - 5 July 2018 (tentative)
15 June - 6 July 2018 (tentative)
Dr Martijn Dekker
1 April 2018
Applications are open so that people applying for NUFFIC/NFP scholarships can work on their applications. Please note that we will be updating all of our course websites with new information in September.
- 6 ECTS, 3 weeks
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