Teaching

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The Peace Academy Rhineland-Palatinate is active in university teaching, especially at the Campus Landau of the University of Koblenz-Landau.

Titel of the Lecture/Seminar
Lecturer Semester
The 'Participation Trap': How NGOs try to influence international organisations (guest lecture in the lecture "Introduction to Comparative Political Science" by Prof. Dr. Manuela Glaab) Dr. Charlotte Dany
SuSe 2019
Special Regional Geography of Germany: Land Use Conflicts Jun.-Prof..Dr. Janpeter Schilling every
Semester

Introduction to elicitive conflict transformation and transrational peace research, guest lecture in the seminar "Conflict and conflict resolution" (Prof. Dr. Schmidt)

Jana Hornberger, SuSe 2018

Human Rights Education in schools and other learning spaces: The former Westwall in Rhineland-Palatinate: A border region and its potential as a place of learning

Jana Hornberger, Melanie Hussak SuSe 2018, WiSe 2018/19
Stress Management Melanie Hussak, Jana Hornberger
every Semester
Conflict Moderation Dr. Sascha Werthes WiSe 2017/18
Principles, Actors and Processes of Foreign Policy Dr. Nina Engwicht,
Christina Saulich
SuSe 2016
(Inter-)national Human Rights Policy and Human Rights Education Melanie Hussak,
Dr. Sascha Werthes
WiSe 2015/2016
"Peace Research: What is peace and how can we deal with conflict?", Workshop at the Kid's-University of the University of Koblenz-Landau Melanie Hussak, WiSe 2015/16
Theories of Conflict Transformation and their Practical Use Lucia Fetzer SuSe 2015

The two seminars on human rights policy and human rights education were honoured with an award for innovative teaching projects by the Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Department of the University of Koblenz-Landau.

Since the winter semester 2015/16 Bachelor and Master thesis in political science in the field of peace and conflict research can be supervised by Dr. Nina Engwicht and Junior Professor Janpeter Schilling.

Since autumn 2014 the Peace Academy Rhineland-Palatinate supports efforts to establish a peace and conflict studies program at the University of Koblenz-Landau. We are therefore pleased that the Department of Social and Cultural Studies at the University of Koblenz-Landau succeeded in anchoring the topic of human rights education as a focal and multidisciplinary reference point in the training of future teachers (Project Human Rights Education). We welcome and support the "Landauer Manifesto on Human Rights Education".