We are very pleased to announce an exciting addition to our Conflict Management in the Balkans Program this summer: PEACEKEEPING IN THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA: FROM THE DAYTON ACCORD TO KOSOVO.
This official UN short course will be delivered over two days in late July at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia by official trainer Dr. Giovanni Ercolani, who will present a UN perspective regarding the military and political efforts to bring peace to the Former Yugoslavia during 1995-1999 as well as discuss his own military experience in the region.
Topics covered will include:
· New & Old Wars, Civil Wars, Ethnic Conflicts, Terrorism
· Understanding Peacekeeping
· Understanding Conflict Resolution
· The Dayton Accord
· UN/NATO operations
· The role of the media
· The Kosovo crisis
Successful participants will be awarded certificates from the United Nations Institute for Training and Research.
Although this is an option to our regular Conflict Management course we have heavily subsidised it to encourage everyone to participate. Any applicants to the Conflict Management in the Balkans course who submit their paperwork by 19th February will not have to pay a penny: it will be FREE for the early birds.
Full details of this opportunity can be seen on our website at www.academic-solutions.com
Our descriptive and colorful website also includes complete details of all aspects of the Conflict Management Program as well as application forms, scholarship information, accommodation details and extensive highlights from past programs. Past participants are willing to speak with any student interested in this unique and special experience.
I would be delighted to answer any queries about the UN course and/or the Conflict Management in the Balkans Program.
Director, Academic Solutions
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