Students will learn about the conflicts that have shaped our world, region and country, and efforts to prevent and resolve such conflicts. The major is comprehensive in approach, drawing insights from a range of disciplines including anthropology, diplomacy, gender studies, geography, history, international relations, law, peace and conflict studies, political science, security studies, sociology and strategic studies. Students that have completed the major will be well equipped to pursue advanced research in the fields of international relations, peace and conflict studies, and security studies or to develop a career in a wide range of relevant professions, including in non-governmental organisations, international organisations, government and policy bodies.
Registration is not required to attend this event. Parents and guardians may also attend.
This event is accesible to students with a physical disability.
Please contact the CAP Student Centre at 6125 3207 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any enquiries.