This programme provides the expertise and skills in global governance and diplomacy required to pursue a fruitful career within international organisation, their member states, or a non-governmental organisation operating within global politics.
Throughout the programme you will gain a deeper understanding of the transnational nature of governance and diplomacy. You will analyse the transnational governance regimes that seek to address global challenges, questioning why such regimes succeed or fail, along with the politics underpinning current diplomatic practice and the obstacles to change.
The practical focus of the programme will ensure you are well-equipped to succeed in this field, with advanced knowledge of lobbying, report writing, negotiating, and campaigning.
You will benefit from the research expertise and experience of staff contributing to the programme. Our staff have experience working with major international bodies such as the United Nations and the Joint Office for Prevention of Genocide and the Responsibility to Protect.
This programme features research-led teaching informed by the research that occurs in the European Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, recognised internationally for its work on atrocity prevention, and the Centre for Democratic Engagement.
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