L20 University Course Package
Developed by Barry Carin, project principal of the Centre for Global Studies' L-20 Project, the L20 University Course Package is a valuable resource for university level students and professors interested in international decision making systems. The course material explores possible solutions to the most pressing deadlocks in global policy today and encourages the evaluation of the current international decision making architecture. The course explores the feasibility of an L-20 type approach to enhancing the efficacy of global governance. The L20 University Course may be self-taught through distance education or used in a traditional lecture-based course.
The course package includes an Introduction and 10 individual lessons:
- Review and critique of the G8
- The Doha Round
- The Kyoto Protocol and Energy Security of Supply
- The Future of ODA
- Global Infectious Diseases
- UN Reform
- Failing States
- WMD Terrorism
- Civil Society
For further information on how you can obtain the L20 University Course Package, please contact us.
By Peter Heap, Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria
Humankind has grappled with the four biblical Horsemen for thousands of years. In our 21st world, Death, Pestilence, War and Famine threaten lives on every continent.