About this Event
This course examines the role of race and ethnicity in electoral conflict, best practices for free and fair elections, and best practices for the use of inter-ethnic dialogues as a tool for peace building. Using the Master Class format, this course will bring local and international experts to share their experiences while teaching students how to observe elections and use inter-ethnic dialogues to heal contentious rifts in ethnically divided societies. Students will apply this learning through a hands-on process of elections monitoring or the facilitation of an intergroup dialogue.
Dr. Susan Raines, Assistant Director of the School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development and Professor of Conflict Management
Dr. Amanda J. Reinke is an Assistant Professor of Conflict Management at Kennesaw State University and conflict manager in private practice.
Date & Time
Friday, October 30 and Friday, Nov. 6 | 3:30-8:00pm | ONLINE
Plus experiential work requirements outside of class
Location: Online Course
Full refund prior to October 15, 2020. Administrative fee of $75 if canceled from October 15 through October 23. No refund after October 23, 2020.
For more information
firstname.lastname@example.org | (470) 578-6115
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