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Course Overview

The International Peace and Security course delves into the multifaceted issues surrounding global peace, conflict resolution, and the maintenance of international security. It provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the historical, political, social, and economic factors that contribute to conflicts and threats to peace on a global scale. Through theoretical frameworks, case studies, and interactive discussions, students will explore various approaches to conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and the promotion of international security.

What you will Learn

  • Conceptual foundations of peace, conflict, and security in the global context.
  • Analysis of root causes and dynamics of conflicts at the international level.
  • Role of international organizations, treaties, and mechanisms in maintaining peace and security.
  • Strategies and frameworks for conflict prevention, mediation, and resolution.
  • Impact of armed conflicts, terrorism, and other security challenges on global stability.
  • Intersection of peacebuilding, development, and humanitarian assistance in post-conflict reconstruction.
  • Involvement of non-state actors like insurgent groups and transnational criminal organizations in undermining peace and security.
  • Understanding emerging security threats such as cyber warfare, climate change, and pandemics, and their implications for global stability.

Who Should Learn

  • Diplomats and foreign service professionals involved in international relations and negotiations.
  • Military personnel engaged in peacekeeping operations and conflict resolution efforts.
  • Government officials responsible for national security and defense policies.
  • Humanitarian workers and aid organizations operating in conflict zones.
  • International development practitioners focusing on peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction.
  • Scholars and researchers studying international relations, conflict studies, or peace and security issues.
  • Journalists and media professionals covering global conflicts and security issues.
  • Activists and advocates working to promote peace, disarmament, and human rights.
  • Business leaders and executives navigating geopolitical risks and security concerns in global operations.
  • Students interested in pursuing careers in diplomacy, security analysis, conflict resolution, or humanitarian affairs.

Career Opportunities

  • Diplomat: Representing a country’s interests abroad, engaging in negotiations, and contributing to conflict resolution efforts.
  • Peacekeeper: Serving in international peacekeeping missions under the auspices of the United Nations or other regional organizations.
  • Security Analyst: Assessing global security threats, analyzing conflict dynamics, and providing recommendations for policymakers or private sector entities.
  • Humanitarian Aid Worker: Delivering aid and assistance to populations affected by conflict or natural disasters, often in collaboration with international organizations or NGOs.
  • Conflict Resolution Specialist: Facilitating dialogue, mediation, and peacebuilding initiatives to resolve conflicts and promote reconciliation.
  • Policy Advisor: Providing expertise on peace and security issues to government agencies, international organizations, or think tanks.
  • International Development Officer: Designing and implementing programs aimed at promoting peace, stability, and sustainable development in conflict-affected regions.
  • Academic Researcher: Conducting research on peace and security topics, publishing scholarly articles, and contributing to academic discourse and policy debates.
  • Journalist or Correspondent: Reporting on conflict zones, security issues, and peacebuilding efforts for media outlets, newspapers, or news agencies.
  • Nonprofit or NGO Manager: Leading organizations focused on peacebuilding, conflict resolution, human rights, and humanitarian assistance.


This course does not require participants to have a specific entry requirement. Those who are interested can sign up.

Course Duration & Online Support

Duration depends on the learner’s ability to cope with the pace and scope of the course. Self-study allows participants to complete the course at their own pace. Support extensions are also available if students fail to do so within that period.


To successfully complete the course, students are required to complete various tests and assessments. You may be required to get a link from our Training Provider. Your test will be reviewed and graded by our system. You may attempt only twice.

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La Plage Meta Verse is an Internationally Accredited Institution.


LPMV is ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certified Business
LPMV is a member of Association of Healthcare Trainers (AOHT) UK
LPMV is also an Accredited CPD Provider With the CPD Group No. #780343
LPMV is Accredited by America Council of Training & Development (ACTD) No. AD2357G14CM

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to gain an international Accredited Certificate. Share your certificate with prospective employers and your professional network on all social media platforms.

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