Objectives

  • to know the theory, its different approaches and the nature of contemporary conflicts
  • to acquire skills of analysis and the ability to plan actions for peaceful interventions, both for the prevention of conflicts and for intervening during their development
  • to learn techniques and strategies for intelligent non-violent intervention in conflict situations
  • to access information and knowledge to be able to develop efficient intervention programmes and manage the quest for positive specific solutions
  • to be able to lead and facilitate negotiation and mediation processes
  • to transform the way to communicate both to prevent and to end conflicts

Student profile

  • Any person with responsibilities and interests in solving conflicts
  • Consultants, executives, leaders, lawyers of any industry
  • Civil servants and managers of private and public organisations
  • Directors and staff of NGOs, companies and other organisations working in conflict areas, in reconstruction, development and international cooperation
  • Politicians and trade unionists
  • Members of the armed forces and the police.

Next enrolment:

June 2018

Information on prices and enrolment

The UOC in figures

    54,022

    students

    58,792

    graduates

    6,438

    virtual classrooms

    3,692

    teaching staff

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