Catalog of Global Campus Courses
No matter what you do or how experienced you may be, if you are committed to building peace and resolving conflict, we have an educational opportunity for you. Explore the catalog below to find the educational experience that is right for you.
Programming Tools: Assessment
Programming Tools: Design, Monitoring and Evaluation
Arts and Peacebuilding
100 Years of Quiet Diplomacy, Nonviolent Resistance, and Peacebuilding
Participants will learn from leaders of the American Friends Service Committee community about specific moments, campaigns, and achievements in Quaker history centered on themes of movement building, addressing root causes of conflict, and the power of everyday people to create change.
Civil Resistance 1: The Dynamics of Nonviolent Movements
This course provides a multidisciplinary perspective on nonviolent, civilian-based movements and campaigns that defend and obtain basic rights and justice around the world, and in so doing transform the global security environment.
Civil Resistance 2: The Movement and the Message
This course investigates various communication methods utilized by movements both internally and externally. We survey the impact of the internet, the arts, and digital technologies on both traditional and social/new media.
Civil Resistance 3: Sustaining the Movement
This course addresses the challenges and issues that arise after a civil resistance movement has won. How do movements sustain and build on the gains they have made?
Cómo diseñar un Diálogo basado en la comunidad
Este curso introduce a los participantes al diálogo como un proceso práctico y eficaz para promover la transformación de conflictos y la construcción de la paz a nivel comunitario. El objetivo del curso es diseñar e implementar un proceso de diálogo relevante, sostenible y significativo.
Insightful analysis is essential to any conflict management process, from prevention to mediation to reconciliation. This course will help you understand the potential trajectories of a conflict situation so you can develop effective peacebuilding strategies.
Conflict Analysis: Micro-Course
This micro-course defines and describes conflict analysis processes and the ways in which they inform the development and implementation of peacebuilding programs. It presents the five main elements of USIP’s conflict analysis framework and describes how to ensure that one’s analysis is sensitive to the conflict and those impacted by it.
Conflict Sensitivity in Peacebuilding
This introductory course provides an overview of conflict sensitivity and explains why organizations must institutionalize conflict sensitivity training and approaches. This course is relevant to anyone seeking to learn about conflict sensitivity, and we've developed the course materials with a broad and diverse audience in mind. However, most of the strategies we introduce are for peacebuilding project teams and organizations working in conflict-affected contexts.
This course aims to prepare individuals working in communities across the world for episodic or sustained intercultural interactions.
Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Programming in Fragile Environments
It is now more important than ever for practitioners working in fragile and conflict affected environments to justify the relevance and effectiveness of their programs to achieve a desired social change, particularly when resources are limited.