Übersicht

ECTS 6
Beginn 22.10.2021
Ende 04.02.2022
Termin 22.10.21; freitags, 9:45-13:00 Uhr
Ort Hochschule Bremen, Neustadtswall building/ room M 328 or online (via Zoom)
Entgelt -
Maximale Teilnehmer:innenzahl 40
Dozent:in Dr. phil. Manuel Samir Sakmani
Kontakt Zentrum für Lehren und Lernen
E-Mail: tsklarek@hs-bremen.de
Tel.: 0421 – 59054166
Mobil: 0176-15140210

Inhalt

The exact module description and the dates can be found in Aulis!

 

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Zielgruppe

Incoming students and other Hochschule Bremen students

 

Compulsory attendance at the first lecture on 22. Octobre 2021 - after which the binding commitment is given by the theacher.

Zielsetzung

Course contents and learning objectives

Successful conflict management requires a thorough description, analysis, and explanation of the roots and causes of a given conflict, its developments and effects, the main "players" involved alongside their respective positions, and the broader conflict environment (Conflict Analysis). Based on such processed data, practitioners think of and decide for adequate mechanisms and means to prevent, manage, transform, mitigate or even end certain (violent) conflicts (Designing an Intervention). In the course of this seminar the participants will gain insight into a variety of methods and tools needed for third-party interventions into conflicts. They will learn about the relevant institutional framework, norms and regulations; about successful and failed enterprises of conflict management, peace building & co.; and about different settings of both, conflicts (e.g. inter-state, intra-state, trans-national, ethno-political, etc.) and possible interventions (e.g. civil vs. military). Moreover, they will be enabled to view, analyze and describe conflicts and responses in light of different perspectives, as anchored in

International Relations (IR) theory.

Besides other examples, the Lebanese civil war (1975-90) and post-war conflicts (1990-2019) on Lebanese

soil will serve as the main framework of reference throughout the seminar, which will be concluded with a role

play on the “National Dialogue” in Lebanon. In this regard, we will also touch upon the aspect of power sharing as

an institutionalized means of defusing conflict in "ethnically plural societies". Participants will finally be capable of

assessing the appropriateness and usefulness of different responses to different kinds of conflicts. Moreover,

they will gain experiences of practical relevance and have a good deal of field-specific vocabulary at their

disposal.

Methode

Course contents and learning objectives

Successful conflict management requires a thorough description, analysis, and explanation of the roots and causes of a given conflict, its developments and effects, the main "players" involved alongside their respective

positions, and the broader conflict environment (Conflict Analysis). Based on such processed data, practitioners think of and decide for adequate mechanisms and means to prevent, manage, transform, mitigate or even end

certain (violent) conflicts (Designing an Intervention). In the course of this seminar the participants will gain insight into a variety of methods and tools needed for third-party interventions into conflicts. They will learn about the

relevant institutional framework, norms and regulations; about successful and failed enterprises of conflict management, peace building & co.; and about different settings of both, conflicts (e.g. inter-state, intra-state,

trans-national, ethno-political, etc.) and possible interventions (e.g. civil vs. military). Moreover, they will be enabled to view, analyze and describe conflicts and responses in light of different perspectives, as anchored in

International Relations (IR) theory.

Besides other examples, the Lebanese civil war (1975-90) and post-war conflicts (1990-2019) on Lebanese soil will serve as the main framework of reference throughout the seminar, which will be concluded with a role

play on the “National Dialogue” in Lebanon. In this regard, we will also touch upon the aspect of power sharing as an institutionalized means of defusing conflict in "ethnically plural societies". Participants will finally be capable of

assessing the appropriateness and usefulness of different responses to different kinds of conflicts. Moreover, they will gain experiences of practical relevance and have a good deal of field-specific vocabulary at their

disposal.

Anmeldung

VANR: 11039

Thema: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT & NEGOTIATION

für Studierende (falls zutreffend)

Zustimmung*

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