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During this course, students will look at human trafficking and sexual violence in conflict, both in their own right and together. This will contribute to a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges involved and to finding ways forward in addressing these timely crimes.
The melting of the Arctic ice cap and the tense situation in Kashmir underline the importance of understanding and managing territorial and maritime conflicts in international relations. This course focuses on how scenario planning can help you imagine plausible futures of such conflicts.
Public policy is the language through which governments across the world communicate with their administrations and societies. During this course, students will learn key public policy terminology and the ‘classical’ phases through which a policy comes to fruition.
During this course, students will learn how to answer important geopolitical questions such as “how does nationalism influence the coherence of the European Union and the geopolitical position of Europe’s countries such as Hungary, Russia and the United Kingdom?”
This course focuses on the social policy characteristics of the European welfare state. Students will learn about citizen involvement in social problems within their communities and country. At the end of the course, students will be able to act as a social policy analyst and troubleshoot various social situations.
The aim of the course is to discuss the main concepts of International Relations, such as world system, interstate relations, international organisations and transnational issues like environmental degradation, climate change, inequality and gender-based biases.
This course provides an overview of modern health challenges in Europe and how they are embraced by a variety of stakeholders: policy makers, researchers, practitioners and the civil society. The course focuses on, among others, health in Europe and the perspective of European health.
Rising political risks, recent calls for protectionism and warnings of a global recession underline the relevance of country risk analysis. This course teaches students the skills to study country risks in Emerging Markets from both an economic and a political perspective.
During this intensive three-week course, students will cover the most important topics in the field of Forensic Psychology. The aim of the course is to familiarise students with applications of psychology to the legal system and to raise awareness about the problems that arise when psychology is applied to law in practice.
During this course, students are introduced to the system by which major world powers have managed their relationships over the past 400 years. They will trace the centuries-old but still vital concept of global “Great Powers” and track how, through time, Great Powers have interacted with one another in war and peace.
This course will introduce students to the history and politics of European integration, the main European Union (EU) institutions and institutional processes, the nature and effect of the law of the EU, and some of the most prominent policies of the EU today. A field trip is included in the course.
This executive course is designed for tax professionals seeking an update on recent developments on international and European taxation. Topics that will be covered during the course include EU VAT in international supply chains, legislative proposals and Brexit developments, and abuse in European and international taxation.