Non-violence and civil resistance in Israel and Palestine: history, theory & practice (3rd ed.)


The aim of the course is to analyse, deconstruct and evaluate the role and the impact of some individuals, political groups, ONG (Israeli, Palestinian or mixed) that, in the framework of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, have approached the Other through nonviolence and civil resistance. One broader objective of this course is also to bring to light their experience and to avoid their exclusion from the narratives of the conflict. 



Attendance and Credentials

Attendance
FREE!
Attendance Certificate
FREE!

Category

Arts and Humanities

Training hours

40

Level

Beginner

Course Mode

Self Paced

Language

English

Duration

7 weeks

Type

Online

Course Status

Self Pacement

Enrollments Start

Jan 24, 2021

Course Opens

Feb 8, 2021

Course Closes

Nov 30, 2021
To acquire a critical and complex perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Knowledge of English
A reading list is provided every week during the course. For an introductory volume on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, J.L. Gelvin, The Israeli-Palestinians conflict. One Hundred Years of War, Cambridge University Press, 2014
The course is structured in 7 didactic units that include videolectures, forums and assessment tests.
You can earn Attendance Certificate by completing all the included video-lessons and the final tests of each section, answering correctly to minimum 70% of questions.