[saymaListserv] Fw: [GLODEM] Peace Studies in Austria (in English)

Mary Calhoun moriah at preferred.com
Thu Nov 20 01:44:59 JEST 2003


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From: "Dietrich Fischer" <102464.1110 at compuserve.com>
To: "Dietrich Fischer" <fischer at transcend.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 5:48 PM
Subject: [GLODEM] Peace Studies in Austria (in English)


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this excellent program, which still has about 20
> openings for the spring.  The deadline for applications is
> November 30.  Many thanks and best regards, Dietrich
> 
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>        COURSES IN PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES  (IN ENGLISH)
>        AT THE EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR PEACE STUDIES
>                     STADTSCHLAINING, AUSTRIA
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> 
> Come join 40 participants from around the world in an intensive
> 3-month course in peace and conflict studies, taught by leading
> specialists in their field, including Johan Galtung, founder of
> the field of peace research.  The Program, established in 1991,
> received the 1995 UNESCO Prize for Peace Education.
> 
> TOPICS INCLUDE: Introduction to Peace Studies, Peace Culture,
> Peace Education, Nonviolent Communication, Peace and the Media,
> Reconciliation after Violence, Peacebuilding and Development,
> Peaceful Conflict Transformation, and Deep Culture.
> 
> DATES: 29 February - 21 May, 2004
> 
> LOCATION: Stadtschlaining, a beautiful, small and quiet medieval
> town with a 700 year old castle hosting a peace museum, in the
> foothills of the Alps, between Vienna and Graz.  Classrooms and
> 40 single rooms with private bath are located in a new building.
> 
> COSTS: Euro 2500 tuition + Euro 1200 room rent per semester
> 
> WHO SHOULD APPLY: Students from any dsicipline interested in
> peace and conflict resolution, young diplomats, government
> officials, NGO members, teachers, journalists, lawyers, social
> workers, psychologists, officers, and anyone interested in
> solving conflicts by peaceful means.  A first university degree
> or some professional experience is required.
> 
> DEGREES: Those who complete one semester obtain an advanced
> certificate.  You can also extend your studies for another 3
> months and obtain a Master of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies.
> 
> FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY: see www.aspr.ac.at, then click
> on "European University Center for Peace Studies" on the left or
> contact Anita Flasch at <epu at epu.ac.at>, Tel +43-3355-2498-515.
> 
> APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR THE SPRING TERM: November 30, 2003
> 
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> PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH ANYONE WHO MAY BE INTERESTED!  THANK YOU.
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