The aim of this micro-course is to provide participants with a quick overview of the challenges and opportunities in achieving good governance within the complex context of conflict affected societies.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify key dimensions of governance;
- Describe the types of corruption and the challenges that arise from each;
- Explain the interrelationship between rule of law, democracy, human rights and governance; and
- Discuss the role of civil society in transition environments.
Provides a description of the key dimensions of governance.
Identifies the different types of corruption and the challenges they pose in a post-conflict society.
Reviews the interrelationship between rule of law, democracy, human rights and governance.
Discusses the role of civil society in transition environments.
Assesses your understanding and retention of key terms, concepts, and ideas presented in this course.
Provides additional information from the instructor.
Allows you to share what you have learned and read what others have learned from this course and how these skills and knowledge will impact the work we do.
Instructors and Guest Experts
Debra Liang-Fenton, Senior Program Officer, United States Institute of Peace