The Methods and Interdisciplinary Approach will expand the student's knowledge of di-verse Arts-based methods and the students will acquire a solid understanding of the human rights instruments and structural issues that correlate to trauma and crisis. Build-ing resilience through the Arts amongst populations
that have been displaced by con-flicts (including terrorism, torture, genocide, political and religious exile) will be empha-sized. Through case studies and situation re-enactments, students will be challenged to apply low skill - high sensitivity methods that are both realistic and culturally appropriate.
This pilot course takes place from the 3rd to the 10th of April, 2016 in Malta.
An admission interview is required. Course fee: 2360 US$. (4 US credits (8 European study points) The participants must find and pay room and board directly in Malta.
Read more in the following PDF and/or get in touch with the EGS Administration Office (http://expressivearts.egs.edu/contactform) or Professor Melinda Ashley Meyer (email@example.com)
EGS Expressive Arts in Global Health (105 K)
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