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The practicum provides students with hands-on experience in the practice of Peace and Conflict Management, broadly defined, and seeks to integrate the practical experience gained with the theoretical knowledge acquired in the program. Students will complete an internship in an organization conducting activities in the areas of peacemaking, conflict management, majority-minority relations, development, social justice or human rights. In parallel, students will reflect on their experiences and analyze them on the basis of theoretical knowledge acquired in other courses.

Students will be referred to organizations in which internships can be conducted, but they are also welcome to contact other relevant organizations independently. Internships at organizations not arranged by the program must be approved by the instructor prior to starting the practicum.

Students will be required to complete 120 hours of activity in the practicum, under the supervision of a contact person at the organization.

Practicum syllabus

Possible practicum locations