Rwanda: Post Conflict Peacebuilding and Impact on Wildlife Conservation
Thi scourse provides an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the challenges of peacebuilding in the context of the aftermath of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. In particular this course will examine peacebuilding work related to reconciliation between conflicting parties and projects that explore environmentalpeacebuildingefforts. The course integrates wildlife managementas part of conflict recovery efforts, to build resilience in communities affected by conflict.
This is part one of a two part course offered for IC credit. You must complete BOTH the seminar portion (IC 206) and the trip component (IC 207) in the summer in order to receive the IC designation.
Both portions also offer 2 credits each of CW.