Youth Peacebuilding in a Setting of Political Divide:
An Insight into MSc (Masters) in Political Psychology at Queen's University, Belfast
This short webinar took place on Tuesday 13th December 2016 at 1600
Laura K Taylor - Lecturer on the MSc in Political Psychology, Fellow of the Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, and Associate Fellow of the Centre for Effective Social Interventions - was our host.
The webinar, lasting around 45 minutes, briefly outlined our MSc in Political Psychology at Queen's, describing the varied educational and professional backgrounds of a typical student cohort; our students come from the UK, Ireland and EU countries, as well as from across the world including the US, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Included in the Webinar, Laura gave a short presentation, typical of normal lecture content, on the ‘Youth Peacebuilding in Setting of Political Divide.’ She successfully defined peacebuilding and explored ways we can promote constructive agency among youth people in a ‘post-accord’ generation in Northern Ireland.
The presentation then concluded with further details, briefly describing the programme, together with an outline of the personal research module for the MSc Dissertation. Attendees had the opportunity to submit written questions, and Laura answered each question received before finishing the link-up.
A recording of the entire webinar session is available online - visit our AdobeConnect page in order to view it.
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Why Queen's University?
The UK's ninth oldest university, Queen's is a member of the Russell Group of 24 leading UK research-intensive institutions. Queen's is also in the top 1% of the world's universities.
Over 93% of Queen’s graduates are in employment or further study 6 months after graduation (HESA Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey, 2014/15)
Belfast is one of Europe’s most friendly and fashionable regional capitals. Described by Lonely Planet as a ‘must-see visitor destination’, it was also voted one of the UK’s top ten destinations by Tripadvisor in 2015 (Travellers’ Choice Awards).
In Mercer's 2016 Worldwide Cost of Living survey, Belfast was recognised as having the lowest cost of living in the UK, making it an ideal city in which to live, work and study.
Thanks for your time - what next?
If you attended our webinar - or simply viewed it online - and want more information, please email askEPS@qub.ac.uk with your query or register for more course information and we'll be in touch with you as soon as possible...