Tunisia’s Transition to Democracy
Lessons Learned and the Path to Effective Conflict Resolution
June 7-20, 2016 | Tunis, Tunisia
With Academic Director
Ambassador Richard Boucher
U.S. Career Ambassador Turned Teacher & Former Deputy Secretary-General at OECD
Early Application Deadline — Save $200: December 15, 2015
Late Application Deadline: April 15, 2016
Join us for an interactive seminar in Tunis this summer!
What explains Tunisia’s peaceful transition to democracy in a troubled region? This academically credited, in-depth program explores Tunisia as a case study for what works in international conflict resolution and national politics, and provides students with a unique curriculum on the art of diplomacy.
- Get trained with the tools to become an effective negotiator and peace-builder
- Develop concrete skills to successfully manage and transform conflicts
- Explore how Tunisia has managed a peaceful transition to democracy
- Meet with leaders in government, business, civil society, and international organizations
- Understand Tunisia’s experience in the context of broader regional dynamics
$3,200 — includes tuition (4 credits from MSB), accommodation, meals & cultural excursions
Participants receive a Certificate of Conflict Resolution upon successful course completion
Instruction will take place through classroom discussions, expert presentations, site visits and real-world simulations grounded in Tunisia’s National Dialogue.
Internships available in Tunisia (post-seminar) for French- and Arabic-speaking students
For details and questions contact: Shane Christensen – firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Majority is an international NGO that promotes nonviolent conflict resolution
& the Mediterranean School of Business is the premier English-speaking business school in Tunisia.