Faculty of Arts
Contemporary Global Governance
Examines the structures, norms and practices of contemporary global governance. Explores theoretical concepts of and key debates concerning global governance, and the place of these debates in disciplinary international relations and looks at the various actors and frameworks of global governance. The course focuses on issues of poverty reduction, HIV/AIDs, climate change and security and intervention.
NB: enrolment is limited to 25 students, with selection criteria as follows: 1) admission to the MProfStuds in International Relations and Human Rights; 2) admission to a postgraduate programme in Political Studies or Development Studies; 3) results in previous tertiary study in relevant subjects.
Coordinator(s) Dr Anita Lacey
POLITICS 763: 15.0 points