24/25 May 2019
Kulturelles Erbe: Erinnerung, Geschichte und Politik
Dieser Kurs bietet mit einem Fokus auf Kamerun einen Überblick über aktuelle Debatten, die über die Erhaltung und den Schutz des kulturellen Erbes geführt werden — innerhalb der Länder Afrikas, aber auch in den europäischen Museen und Kolonialarchiven.
6/7 June 2019
Intercultural skills: Communication
Participants engage with very practical challenges and the potential of working in an international environment. The course raises awareness of the role of culture and equips participants with communication resources to productively apply in international working environments.
26/27 September 2019
Intercultural skills: Collaboration & Management
This course provides participants with a thorough understanding of the challenges and success factors in working across cultural differences, and equipping them with practical skills in management and collaboration in an international environment.
Courses offered by other organisations
swisspeace offers several postgraduate courses in collaboration with the University of Basel. These bridge current academic findings with the latest insights from peacebuilding practice. Postgraduate courses offered by swisspeace can be counted towards the CAS in African Affairs.
7/8 February 2019
Corruption and Integrity in Business and Development
This course provides participants with a thorough and reflected understanding of corruption and integrity. Participants engage with experiences and best practices from the perspectives of Swiss SMEs and multinationals as well as developmental NGOs.
4/5 December 2018
Religion in Africa: Christianity, Islam and Neo-Traditionalism
This course outlines the historic trajectories and more recent tapestry of religions in Africa. A focus is on current developments such as the expanding movement of Pentecostalism, the rise of neo-traditional priests as well as the postcolonial fragmentation of Islam.
22/23 November 2018
Being Young – Youth, Education and Mobility in Africa
This course looks at various forms and images of being young in Africa. Participants engage with case studies and different perspectives on the overall theme, and develop a nuanced picture of young African “makers and breakers” on the continent and beyond.