CDRS is now an accredited training programme with Mediators’ Institute of Ireland. Completion of a successful Mediation Roleplay Competency Assessment option at the end of the CDRS programme will allow students to apply for Certified Mediation status with the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland (see www.themii.ie for further details). This new accreditation is in addition to our on-going […]
Congratulations to Hannah Partis-Jennings (MPhil, 2012) and Heidi Riley (MPhil, 2013) who have been awarded PhD scholarships in St Andrew’s University, Scotland and University College Dublin respectively. Both Hannah and Heidi will be researching in the gender and conflict area, so we look forward to inviting them back to talk!
The Irish School of Ecumenics is making available a Scholarship in each of its Ph.D./ M.Litt., M.Phil. Taught courses and the Postgraduate Diploma course. One Scholarship will be awarded to an exceptionally well-qualified candidate in each of the three M.Phil. courses: International Peace Studies (IPS), Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies (IT&IS) Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation […]
The last week has seen two doctoral candidates in the Irish School of Ecumenics successfully defend their PhD dissertations. Franka Winter’s dissertation was titled “Meaningful Practices of Citizenship in Urban Middle-Class Peru – The Case of Political Blogging” and Jon Hatch’s dissertation was titled ‘Transformational Theology in a Context of Division: Examining Belfast’s Separation Barriers […]
This year, Prof. Iain Atack will host the ‘Gathering’, and we are delighted that Rose Foley, ISE, International Peace Studies graduate (1996) whose thesis was on mediation and non-violent conflict resolution in Northern Ireland, will be the guest speaker. Rose will briefly speak about the relevance and benefits of her study and research at ISE, […]