INCORE Peacebuilding Summer School

April 13 2010: INCORE, the peacebuilding research centre in the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, are still accepting applications for their 11th annual summer school, which this year will take place June 7th-11th. Three modules will run as part of the course.

INCORE, the peacebuilding research centre in the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, are still accepting applications for their 11th annual summer school, which this year will take place June 7th-11th. Three modules will run as part of the course:

  • Evaluation in Conflict Prone Settings
  • Interpersonal Reconciliation after Violent Political Conflict
  • Peacemaking and Peacebuilding: Exploring the Lessons Learned from Northern Ireland

For further information and to apply: www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/courses/ss/

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