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H.E. Kjell Magne Bondevik

Former Prime Minister of Norway

Conference of 25 May 2021

Democracy and Human Rights as Basis for Lasting Peace

Bachelor of International Relations & Diplomacy

General description:

The programme has been developed so that the student is capable to examine and understand the complex aspects and the processes involved in the relations between governmental and non-governmental institutions. Students examine the dynamics, the structural characteristics, humanitarian issues and international political economy in a global community.

 

Training objectives:

In this programme, students acquire analytical and practical know-how leading to careers in journalism, public administration and the corporate world.

 

Opportunities:

Students explore the political dynamics which influences cooperation between states and evaluate the specific role played by international organisations such as the United Nations, in the promotion of peace and international security.

 

Learning outcomes:

  1. Examine and understand the complex aspects and the processes implied in the relations between institutions of international governance;

  2. Examine the dynamics, the structural characteristics, the humanitarian issues and the international political economy at work in the global community;

  3. Analyse the main issues in international politics and understand the workings of international relations;

  4. Manage a protocol department.

Our Keynote speakers:

 

  • HE Kjell Magne Bondevik - Former Prime Minister of Norway

  • HE Heinz Fischer - 11th President of the Republic of Austria

  • HE Dr George Vella - President of the Republic of Malta

  • Professor Ioannis Varoufakis - Former Minister, Economist, Politician

  • Ms Ouided Bouchamaoui - Nobel Peace Prize 2015 winner

  • HE Donald J. Johnston - Former Minister of State of the Canadian Government

  • HE Thierry Apothéloz - State Councillor of the Canton of Geneva

  • HE Nasser Kamel - Secretary-General, Union for the Mediterranean

  • HE David M. Malone - Recteur de l'Université des Nations unies