The School of International Studies launches the second edition of “The MISS Workshops on Applied Security”, an initiative aimed at bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
The three workshops will introduce students to specific problems of international security by adopting a practical approach and innovative teaching methods (simulations, debates, role-play, etc.). Instructors are qualified experts and practitioners with direct knowledge in the relevant field. A short description of the programme is available in the download box.
By attending at least two workshops, participating students will earn two "extra credits" and will have the workshops registered in their academic transcript of records.
Each workshop will last five hours, with two sessions of 2.5 hours, and are scheduled on two consecutive days. according to the following timetable:
- INTERSOS WORKSHOP 1 “Humanitarian intervention in complex crisis: A frontliner humanitarian organization’s experience" (Sep 16th 14.30-17.00 - Sep 17th 09.00-11.30)
- OSCE WORKSHOP 2 "Inclusive Policies as a means to foster the cohesiveness of societies and prevent crises and conflicts" (Sep 17th 14.30-17.00 - Sep 18th 09.00-11.30)
- SIS WORKSHOP 3 "Investments in troubled territories: How to Draft a Notice of Arbitration" (Sep 14th 14.30-17.00 - Sep 15th 09.00-11.30).
Each workshop is open to max 20 students: registration is mandatory and will be open in the next weeks. All the students will get an application form : applications will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.