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Ireland: Evolution of Society in Ireland

In this international study abroad course, students will visit both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Traveling through places like Dublin, Cork, and Belfast, students will interact with academics, police services, community groups, and agencies involved in civilian oversight of policing, governance, democracy, and human rights. Students will learn about the history of Ireland, its past and current political challenges, and draw comparisons with Canada.  The trip will include visits to areas of natural beauty, historical and culturally significant locations, and will provide the opportunity to meet and interact with people in those communities.

*0.5 General Elective Credit

Projected Dates: May 7 - 17, 2019

Course Director: Glenn Hanna, Assistant Program Head, Justice Studies