Researching Peace and Conflict in Divided
Do you work, or are you interested in working in the field of peace and
Are you involved
in qualitative research or survey work, analyzing data and writing reports
as part of your work?
Would you like
to learn from leading academics and researchers based in INCORE (International
Conflict Research Institute) which is associated to the United Nations
Would you like
to study for a qualification at home instead of coming into the university
If the answer is ‘yes’ then
taking our short course in Researching Peace and Conflict in Divided
Societies could be one of the best career enhancing moves that you
will ever make.
is what we can offer you:
introduction to some of the key concepts, ideas and debates in
the field of peace and conflict research.
introduction to the theoretical understandings of the course,
dynamics and resolution of societal conflict.
introduction to the key methodological and ethical issues involved
in carrying out research in divided societies.
points from this short course can be used towards our PGC/PGD/MSc
Social Research Skills with Specialisms.
your learning and teaching takes place via your computer at home
or at work provided you have internet access.
are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The course runs for 12
weeks and enrolment is now underway for the next available class
beginning at the end of January 2016.
- A module coordinator
to help you when you have queries.
technical help desk.
We have developed
this distance learning ‘short course’ because
we understand that you have to fit your study
around your life and not vice versa. All of your lectures, class discussions
and projects take place online so you
never have to worry about lecture times or travelling to attend classes.
APPLICATION is ONLINE.
Please see here for further details and guidance on how to apply.