MCM-601: Mediation and Conflict Resolution Foundation Course

MCM-601: Mediation and Conflict Resolution Foundation Course

VIDEO OVERVIEW
COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course provides an essential overview of topics and issues related to Mediation and Conflict Resolution, notably:

– Conflict Assessment

– Conflict Prevention

– Negotiation Guidelines

– Mediation Skills

– Gender Issues

– Peace Education.

COURSE OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES

The overall objectives of this course are:

– To understand the root causes of conflict

– To understand the difference between conflict prevention, conflict management, mediation, and conflict resolution

– To know conflict resolution methods and guidelines

– To have acquired a broad understanding of related issues such as gender issues and peace education.

Course Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course, the student is expected to able to:

have acquired a clear understanding of what ‘Mediation and Conflict Resolution’ is all about as a discipline. The course thus provides a broad overview and a preparation for further studies.

1 US Credit

1.7 ECTS

Certificate

COURSE FACULTY
Daniel Erdmann
M.A. in Mediation and Conflict Resolution from Arge Bildungsmanagement Wien, Vienna; PhD Mediation and Conflict Resolution (EUCLID); Director and Founder of the World Mediation Organization (Berlin), Dean of the School of Mediation and Terrorism Studies (EUCLID).
COURSE SYLLABUS