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GOVT S-1744 Women, Peace, and Security

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7-week session | CRN 33510

This course examines the increasingly recognized role of women in global peace and security affairs, as demonstrated by the groundbreaking UN Resolution 1325 (2000), the first-ever US State Department Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security, and the lifting of the US ban on women in combat roles (2015). From politics to the military, education, nongovernmental organizations, the private sector, and grass roots organizations, women are involved in conflict prevention and peace building. The course examines various perspectives on empowering women to play positive, active roles in these areas.

Course information
Class meetings

Online (live) web conference
Tuesdays, Thursdays, 6:30-9:30 pm

Start date

Tuesday, June 20

Credits

4 credits

Course tuition

Noncredit: 
$3,050
Undergraduate: 
$3,050
Graduate: 
$3,050

Enrollment status

  • Limited to 40 students
    Registration Closed
  • Notes

    This course is taught via live web conference using Zoom. Harvard College students see additional information.

    Syllabus

    http://my.summer.harvard.edu/course/sum-33510/2017

    Faculty

    Joan Johnson-Freese, PhD.

    Professor of National Security Affairs, Naval War College

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