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You can help pave the way to peace in Northern Ireland.
During this two-week study abroad trip to Belfast, Dublin and the coast of Northern Ireland, you'll work with the youth to build foundations for peace in an area traumatized by a recently violent past.
You'll also meet with local politicians in Northern Ireland, ex-members of the IRA and UDA, and peace activists to learn more about imperialism's legacy.
Not only will you get to make a difference within the local communities, but you'll be able to explore Ireland and Northern Ireland's largest cities as well as the lush landscapes of the coast during a unique study abroad trip.
About Peace, Youth and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland
Prerequisite: Pre-departure course with assigned readings and research
Academic credit: 2 semester hours
Majors of interest: Open to all majors, especially of interest to education and students interested in social service careers
Financial aid: Need-based aid may be available
Benefit: Northern Ireland’s culture and struggles are on full display during this study abroad trip.