[Blueboard] DISCOURSES ON PEACE IN ASIA

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Mon Apr 4 14:48:13 PHT 2011


Ateneo de Manila Department of Political Science

In cooperation with the

United Nations-mandated University for Peace

presents



DISCOURSES ON PEACE IN ASIA

Theories and Contending Issues of International Peace and the Management of
Global Conflict




The ADMU Department of Political Science, with the UN-mandated University
for PEACE invites you to attend and participate in any of the six courses in
international peace studies to be taught by a team of Loyola Schools faculty
and local and international experts and visiting professors.



Originally designed for the University for Peace students, these courses are
also open to graduate students and professionals interested in issues of
international peace studies and management.



Participants are also welcome to attend a public forum entitled ?Post
Conflict Recovery and Reconstruction, Peace building and Justice  
Mechanisms ?on
June 13 and 14, organized in connection with PoS 235.3 and PoS 232.1.



Ateneo graduate students may enroll in any of these courses for credit.  All
others are requested to pay 2,000 pesos for each class.



Kindly get in touch with: Ms Sally Llanes (sllanes at ateneo.edu ) or Aimee
Tagasa (aimee_tagasa at yahoo.com) or call 632-426-0906 or 632-426-600 local
5250 or 5252.




*PoS 235.2 PRACTICES OF CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN ASIA*

April 11 to May 3 (9 am to 12 noon)

Field trip to Bukidnon: May 25 to 29 (for UPEACE students only)



Dr. Jennifer S. Oreta           (ADMU Department of Political Science)

Fr. Peter Walpole, S.J.        (Environmental Science for Social Change,
Manila)

Dr. Cristina Montiel             (ADMU Department of Psychology)



*PoS 235.3 HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION, PEAKEEPING AND THE RESPONSIBILITY TO
PROTECT*

April 11 to April 15 (1 pm to 4 pm)

May 30   to June 10 (9 am to 12 noon)



Dr. Lourdes Veneracion-Rallonza (ADMU Department of Political Science)

Prof. Kenji Isezaki  (Graduate School of Area and Culture Studies,   Tokyo
University  of Foreign Studies, Japan)



*PoS 233.6 GENDER, HUMAN RIGHTS AND GLOBALIZATION*

May 5 to May 24 (9 am to 12 noon)



Dr. Lourdes Veneracion-Rallonza (ADMU Department of Political Science)

Dr  Roberto Manuel R. Benedicto  (ADMU Department of Political Science)

Atty. Sedfrey Candelaria    (Ateneo Human Rights Center, Ateneo Law School)

Prof. Dr. Claudia Derichs   (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany)



*PoS 290.5 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY, CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION*

May 5 to May 24 (1 pm to 4 pm)



Dr. Alma Maria O. Salvador (ADMU Department of Political Science)

             Ms. Dorothy Guerrero          (Focus on the Global South,
Bangkok, Thailand)

             Dr Gemma Narisma              (ADMU Manila Observatory)

             Dr Rosa Perez                        (ADMU Manila Observatory)

             Ms. Deanna Olaguer            (ADMU Manila Observatory)

Ms. Jessica Dator-Bercilla    (Christian Aid, Manila)



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