UNEP Eco-Peace Leadership Center
UNEP Eco-Peace Leadership Center
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UNEP Eco-Peace Leadership Center와 유사한 교육 프로그램

중국 동지대 (www.rrcap.unep.org/uneptg06)
1. Leadership Programme 2006

● Objectives
To provide the participants an opportunity in broadening their knowledge on the 3 dimensions: human dimension: mind, body, soul; environment dimension: air, water, land; sustainable development dimension: social, environment, economy
To establish a leadership network in the A-P region on sustainable development.
  ● Agenda
Day 1: Conceptual Framework
The organizers of the Leadership Programme will present the conceptual framework for the
This will be followed by the presentations of participants themselves and/or the organization.
Day 2-3: Field Visits
The places for field visits will be combined with the content of the lecturing which will be given in
the follow up days. The field visits will be arranged, integrating the three dimensions of human,
environment and sustainable development. Participants will be offered an opportunity to learn the
way of sustainable development by case study in China.
Day 4: Human Dimension
Three sessions focusing on mind, body and soul in relation to environment and sustainable
development will be presented after the field visits. Demonstration of interactive exercises on
mind, body and soul will be offered.
Day 5: Environment Dimension
Detailed presentations on environmental protection such as air quality, water resources
management, and land degradation. Demonstration of interactive exercises on air, water and land
will be offered.
Day 6: Sustainable Development Dimensions
The integration of the three pillars of sustainable development will be carried out in Day 6.
Individual sessions on social, economic and environmental aspects will be presented.
Participants will go through an integrated interactive exercise linking the three pillars as the final
Day 7: Summary and Synthesis
The organizers and the participants will present together a summary for the workshop to synthesize the relevant outcomes and recommendations. An evaluation of the workshop will also be
Eminent personalities from China or the region will be invited to distribute course certificates, as
well as to make a valedictory address to the participants.
  2. Master's Programme
Science, Technology
& Society
- International
- UN System
- Human Security
- Armed Conflicts
- Human Rghts/
- Democracy/
Civil Society
- Leadership
- Globalization &
- Growth/Employ
- Povert & Basic
- Urbanization
- Innovation
- Info & Bio Technologies
- Software Technology
- Food and Nutrition
- Resource
- Sustainable
Industry &
Cities Water
- Global Climate
& Governance
Cross-Cutting Issues : Globalization; Global Public Goods; Human Rights; Gender; Food Security;
Water; Focus Africa; China.


유엔대학 (일본 동경 www.unu.edu)
● Short-duration training courses and workshops
UNU organizes short-duration training courses of between one week to two-months duration in a number of specialized areas.
UNU International Courses (UNU/IC) / Conflict Resolution / Food Composition
Data in Nutrition / Land degradation and sustainable rural livelihoods
Biotechnology / Plant Tissue Culture / Computer Applications in Natural Resource
Management / Analysis and Management of Geological Risks
  ● Long-duration training programmes for post-graduate academics and professionals
Courses open to individual applications
  ● Master's, Ph.D. and Post-doctoral programmes

UNU helps to upgrade the academic qualifications of young researchers, in particular from
developing countries, through three types of programmes: PhD Internships, programmes that
lead to the award of a degree, and post-doctoral fellowships. DIRECT INDIVIDUAL APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED FOR ALL OF THESE PROGRAMMES and should follow the
procedures outlined in the detailed programme descriptions.
UNU Ph.D. Internships provide Ph.D. candidates who have been accepted in Ph.D. programmes,
particularly at universities in developing countries, with the opportunity to conduct part of the
research for their dissertation at one of UNU's research and training centres.
Interns gain access to the latest scientific information, receive expert advice from the academic
staff of the institute and can link up with the wider academic community at the location of the
institute. Ph.D. internships are currently available for research in the fields of:

Development economics, Biosafety, Global Sustainability Indices, Urban Ecosystems
Environmental Governance, Disenfranchisement, Virtual University
Science and Technology Policy Clusters, Sectoral and Regional Innovation Systems
Innovation Policy Framework


유엔평화대학 (www.upeace.org)
Graduate Programmes at the Master's level
  1. Environmental Security and Peace
End of August
August - January
TERM 1 UPEACE HQ (Costa Rica Campus)
  IPS-6010 - Introduction to Peace Studies
  IPS-6040 - Governance, International Law and Human Rights
  IPS-6020 - Introduction to Research Methods
  ESP-6010 - Introduction to Environmental Security
  ESP-6040 - Demographic Change, Migration and Conflict
  ESP-6060 - Water, Security and Peace
  ELECTIVE:Additional electives will be offered by other UPEACE
departments. Students may choose this elective, or any other
electives offered by other UPEACE departments.
ESP-6090 - Hunger, Famine and Food Security
February - June
TERM 2 UPEACE Toronto Centre
  ESP-6050 - Land, Forests, Conflict and Insecurity
  ESP-6120 - Human Vulnerability and Climate Change
  ESP-6130 - Science and Technology for Environmental Security
  ESP-6140 - Environmental Conflict Management and Peace Building
  ESP-6150 - Governance for Environmental Security
ESP-6070 - The Political Economy of Environmental Security *ESP-6080 - Modelling and Mapping Risk, Vulnerability and Resilience*ESP-6100 - Infectious Disease to Toxic Pollutants: Health and Environmental Security
ESP-6110 - Urban Environmental Security ESP-6030 - Indigenous
Environment and Development Conflicts
The choice of electives will vary each year. Options marked
* will not be offered in the 2005 / 2006 academic year .
June - July
TERM 3 UPEACE HQ (Costa Rica Campus)
  ESP-6900 - Capstone Synthesis: Strategies and Policies to Advance
Environmental Security
  ESP-7100 - Independent Studies Project (July to Aug.)
  2. Gender and Peace Building
The Master's Degree addresses the following topics from the Gender Perspective
    • Introduction to the Study of Peace and Non-violent Transformation of ConflictIntroduction to
Gender and Peace Building Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods Cultures and Learning --
from Violence towards Peace Conditions of Exclusion and Strategies of Inclusion: Diverse Human
Groups Peace Processes -- Conflict Analysis, Resolution and Transformation Human Rights, Democracy and Governance Economy and Development: Aspects of Gender and PeaceA Gender Analysis of the Environment and Sustainable Development
  3. Natural Resources and Sustainable Development
Students spend their first semester at American University learning the foundations of sustainable
development policy both inside the classroom and within the Washington, D.C. policy community.
They spend the next two semesters at the University for Peace studying concrete sustainable
development practices with visits to many examples in Costa Rica and learning essential skills in
project design and evaluation, environmental assessment and conflict management. For their final
semester, they return to American University to write a substantial research paper, participate in an
integrative seminar that exposes students to professional policymaking opportunities in D.C., and
complete their final courses.
The programme may include some of the following courses, all of them taught in English:

Fall Semester (AU)
• SIS-660 Environment and Politics (3)
• Environmental Economics (or an approved economics course) (3)
• SIS-637 International Development (3)
• Spanish Language (non-credit)

Spring Semester (UPEACE)
• NRD 6030 Analysis and Design of Natural Resources Policies (3)
• NRD 6040 Ecological Foundations of Land Use (3)
• Skills and Methods for Sustainable Development:
• NRD 6020 System thinking (1)
• Problem solving (non-credit
• NRD 6021 Quantitative Data Analysis (2)
• NRD 6024 Strategic Planning and Project Life Cycle (3)
• Spanish Language (non-credit)

Fall Semester (UPEACE)
• IPS 6010 International Peace and Conflict Studies (3)
• NRD 6050 Agriculture, Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (3)
• Internship (3)
• NRD 6070 Environmental Assessment (2)
• NRD 6060 Conflict Management and Natural Resources (3)

Spring Semester (AU) (12 credit hours)
• SIS-795 Substantial Research Paper (3)
• Three electives (3 credits each)
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