The Master of Arts in Human Rights and Conflict Management is organized in collaboration with the International Research Laboratory on Conflict, Development & Global Politics of the Scuola Sant’Anna and the International Training Programme for Conflict Management (ITPCM), a post-graduate programme of the Scuola within the Masters and Training Programmes Division.
The Master of Arts in Human Rights and Conflict Management is designed to enable students from different cultures and backgrounds to attain a deep understanding of the linkages between human rights and conflict resolution theory and practice.
Through their coursework, participants in the programme will engage with the major concepts, themes, and debates within international peace and conflict studies, preparing themselves for work with NGOs, governments, aid agencies, the UN and other organizations where a deep understanding of these issues is critical.
The main educational goals of the Master of Arts in Human Rights and Conflict Management are as follows:
- To train high-rank professionals who will work in design, management and monitoring positions within the programs and actions promoted by national, regional, international or non-governmental organisations, for the double purpose of protecting human rights and preventing, mitigating or solving conflicts.
- To train professionals who will combine, in a dynamic, non-sequential way, critical knowledge and technical-operational skills as the key components of an extremely professional service in complex situations.
- To train professionals who are aware of the mutual connections between the protection of human rights and conflict management, and who possess a sound juridical and methodological background and practical-operational skills in such areas.
- To train professionals who, in the design and management of actions and in decision-making processes, will keep into account the historical, geopolitical, economic dimensions as well as the “gender” component and the complexity of the intercultural relations.
max 28: 14 for EU candidates and 14 for NON EU candidates.
Durata 24 hours/week. 440 hours of classroom lectures and 480 hours of internship (in addition to individual studying and the preparation of a final written project)
- RESIDENTIAL PHASE IN PISA: 440 hours - 40 academic credits. January – July
- INTERNSHIP PHASE: September – December
- Academic and tutorial costs
- Didactic material (mainly in electronic format)
- Participation in seminars and field trips
- Access to the School library
- Access to the computer rooms
- Lunch on lesson/exam days