Institute of Law, Politics and Development


Advanced Education Courses

Health Systems through Crisis and Recovery


Millions of people do not have access to health care, because health systems in many countries are either non-existent or dramatically failing. Most of them live in areas chronically affected by violent conflict or slowly re-emerging from it.

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Civilian Peace Support Operations

This course is the first step of a pioneering endeavour to create a pool of trained civilian professionals in Cameroon, equipping them with fundamental knowledge on peacekeeping operations, as a means of increasing their readiness and competencies, in responding to a significantly growing demand for civilian expertise in peacekeeping, peace building and conflict management in Africa and around the world.

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Summer School Psychosocial Interventions in Migration, Emergency and Displacement

The psychosocial approach responds to the threats brought by disruptive events, or predicaments of life to the notion of individual, group and collective identity. For this reason said approach proves especially useful in situations where individual, group and community identity and roles are questioned, challenged, annihilated, in need for reconstruction-readjustment, as is the case of migration and displacement forced by wars, disasters, collective socioeconomic vulnerabilities, and return.

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Summer School on “The Regulation of Robotics in Europe: Legal, Ethical and Economic Implications”

The course aims at providing students with a broad understanding of all implications of robotics that are going to be of increasing relevance in the legal, political and social debate over the coming years.

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