Bachelor of Arts degree with at least 90 credits in peace and conflict studies, or 90 credits in a related relevant discipline and at least 30 credits in major subject or equivalent experience.
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Application Fee: SEK 900
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Students admitted to the Master Programme in Peace and Conflict Studies, Master Programme in Holocaust and Genocide Studies or the Master Programme in Political Science have priority to the course.
About the course:
This course takes its starting point in the Responsibility to Protect, tracing the origins of the current norm that the international community has a responsibility to protect civilians when governments themselves are unable or unwilling to do so. We cover different forms of international interventions (e.g. peacekeeping, sanctions, and diplomacy) and discuss their potential impact with regards to protecting civilians. We also examine different theories of violence against civilians.