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Antidotes to Extreme (ism) Problems

This course looks at case studies dealing with countering extremism.

The central aim of this course, which consists of 5 modules, is to provide a comprehensive overview to Extreme(ism) Problems. The modules address the important issues within the sector of countering extremism, drawing out key points to ensure you gain a thorough understanding of the topics before completing the final assignment. On completion you will have a thorough understanding of the key Themes of Extremes and sources of State instability.

You will also understand:

  • Fragile State Structure inherited from colonialism
  • Rural  / Suburban Population without stake in state
  • Divergent priorities of leaders and people
  • Ideologically driven extreme insurgent movement
  • Insurgent attempts to Delegitimize the State by extreme movement
  • Insurgent acts as legitimate governing body by intimidation or manipulation
  • State projects power through locally legitimate actors
  • Both sides make critical and fatal errors that cancel each other out
  • Development priority over security but both hand in hand

You will be able to:

  • Expand your skills and gain knowledge in an area of considerable commercial interest which will enhance your employability potential in this area
  • Undertake a flexible, alternative study solution to a traditional on campus programme, tailor-made for working professionals and studied 100% ONLINE
  • Improve your career prospects by gaining a high-level qualification without compromising your work commitments and gain the professional skills and practical experience that businesses are looking for today.

COURSE STRUCTURE

This is a distance learning course and all notes and lecture material will be made available via the internet through Quebiko.com.

Module 1
The Stage of Terror, Gaps in the Global Order

Module 2
Scripts and Narratives for Chaotic Places

Module 3
FLASHPOINTS

Module 4
Responsibility and Initiatives of the Formal Institutions

Module 5
What makes Botswana so exceptional?

Online resource

The course has its own secure website where the content can be viewed entirely online. This site offers you the option of viewing and accessing your course online and downloading and printing the materials at any location that has internet access. The site also offers access to:

  • student discussion forum
  • useful links
  • resources

The aim of the site is to offer a more flexible delivery system and to offer participants the platform to communicate with one another in a secure, dedicated environment.

  • All notes and lecture material will be made available via the internet;
  • A short assignment must be completed after each section;
  • An exam will be written at half way through and at the end of the course;
  • Upon successful completion of this course certificate of attendance will be issued to the candidate.

COURSE DATES & DURATION

This is a 12 week course and starts at any time that you are ready.

LECTURERS

  • Scott Massey

WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE

This course has been specifically designed as the first full postgraduate diploma in Transfer Pricing. It is aimed at in-house tax and transfer pricing specialists from multinational companies, tax practitioners in private practice and revenue authorities.

Ideal for:

  • Transfer Pricing Specialists
  • Finance Directors
  • Group Tax Directors

Course Curriculum

Module 1 – The Stage of Terror, Gaps in the Global Order
The Global Order and Areas of Disorder – THE GAPS Details 00:00:00
Potential Environment for Predatory Movements Details 00:00:00
IDEALOGY Details 00:00:00
MINDSET Details 00:00:00
STATE and NON-STATE Sponsors Details 00:00:00
Module 1 Assessment 00:00:00
Module 2 – Scripts and Narratives for Chaotic Places
Economic Models of Development Details 00:00:00
Global Security Models Details 00:00:00
Tying in the Two Details 00:00:00
Module 2 Assessment 00:00:00
Module 3 – FLASHPOINTS
GAPS of the PAST Details 00:00:00
GAPS of the PRESENT Details 00:00:00
GAPS of the FUTURE Details 00:00:00
Module 3 Assessment 00:00:00
Module 4 - Protagonists and the Supporting Cast
Responsibility and Initiatives of the Formal Institutions Details 00:00:00
Responsibility and Initiatives of the Private and non Governmental Actors Details 00:00:00
Models of collaboration Details 00:00:00
Module 4 Assessment 00:00:00
Module 5 - The Show Must Go On
CASE STUDIES in Development Details 00:00:00
Concepts in Future Development Initiatives Details 00:00:00
Mobilization of Resources Details 00:00:00
Module 5 Assessment 00:00:00

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