An interdisciplinary international M.A./LL.M program in International Law and Conflict Resolution.
The Program will provide its students academic and practical expertise in studying conflict transformation, resolution, problem-solving and negotiation. The expertise already acquired and disseminated by the Swiss Center for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution and by the Faculty of Law becomes even more indispensable in the context of recent political and historical developments, in the Middle East and elsewhere. Read more about New at the Swiss Center in Collaboration with the Faculty of Law
54743 – Between cyber wars and internet governance (Dr. Efrat Daskal)
This course examines the conflicts and the compromises taking place "behind the scenes" in the field of internet governance. In this course, the student will learn about the national and the international actors operating within the cyber space and about the political, social and technological struggles that shape and construct the cyberspace in which we live. Read more about Program's New Courses
The Swiss Center for Conflict Research, Management and Resolution sends warm greetings to Dr. Saar Raveh upon the approval of is Doctorate
Jews and Arabs in Israel Encountering Their Identities: Transformations in Dialogue
by Maya Kahanoff
Co-published by Lexington Books and Van Leer Institute Press Read more about New Book by Dr. Maya Kahanoff
We congratulate Michal Raz Rotem for receiving President's Scholarships for excellence and innovation in science. The scholarship is meant to encourage quality academic research, to shine a spotlight on various scientific fields, raising public awareness of the purposes and areas of scholarships, providing incentives for research and scientific endeavor and to promote scientific excellence and innovation in Israel.
The ceremony took place on Dec. 17, 2015 at the President's residence where Michal was one of 11 scholarship awardees.