New program begins in September; offered at the Irish Centre for Human Rights
The one-year program will include an introduction to international peacekeeping, as well as a series of specialized courses in such areas as International Humanitarian Law, conflict and post conflict studies, and related fields. The program will be taught by faculty of the Irish Centre for Human Rights in association with adjunct faculty with experience in the field of peacekeeping, human rights, and conflict prevention.
For more information, please visit the institute website. For information about NUI Galway's other LL.M. programs, please see their full LLM GUIDE directory profile.
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