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University of Bradford MA Peace, Resilience and Social Justice
University of Bradford

MA Peace, Resilience and Social Justice

Bradford, United Kingdom

12 Months


Full time

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Sep 2024

GBP 7,938 / per year *


* home UK students | International students: £20,468 per year


Our MA in Peace, Resilience, and Social Justice is designed for those seeking an advanced understanding of the intersecting crises of climate change/ecological degradation, inequality and injustice, conflict, and violence.

The program critically examines how different actors are responding to these challenges, including efforts to rethink the assumptions and practices that shape our ways of life, public engagement, contentious collective action, and practical efforts to design and create more resilient, sustainable, and equitable communities.

You will critically explore themes such as:

  • The contested meanings of peace, resilience, and social justice in a complex and changing world;
  • How scholars, practitioners, and activists are analyzing and engaging with complex social-ecological systems and crises;
  • Creative approaches to conflict engagement, peacebuilding, and the pursuit of social justice;
  • Your positioning, responsibilities, and vocation as a scholar, practitioner, and/or activist within complex systems and relationships.

The program is delivered by the Division of Peace Studies and International Development, which maintains an international reputation as a center for excellence in research, teaching, training, and policy engagement. This means that teaching and learning will be research-informed and led by staff who are well-positioned to facilitate policy and practitioner community engagement.




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