Rome (Italy) -- International Master's Degree in University Cooperation for Peace and Development
One of the principal challenges of the twenty-first century is peace and international security in the light of the new world order. At present there are problems that can only be resolved through action on a global level. New strategic alternatives are needed to tackle these questions and promote the global public good.
This effort requires international diplomatic, economic and military cooperation, grounded in the promotion of a strong culture of solidarity and respect for human dignity.
This is the context for the International Master's Degree in University Cooperation for Peace and Development, which the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross is offering in conjunction with Rome's Università della Sapienza and the University of Sarajevo. The program, which will included time spent at all three universities, has a multidisciplinary focus that includes studies in Nutrition and Public Health, University Cooperation and Humanitarian Issues, and the Anthropology and Ethics of Cooperation.
Romana, n. 46, January-June 2008, p. 147.