Publication by LFC student Marina Danoyan

An article written by a second year LFC student Marina Danoyan has been published in “The Caucasus Edition: Journal of Conflict Transformation”. The article called “Communities of Practices: Prospects for the Armenian-Azerbaijani Everyday Engagement across the Conflict Divide” develops an alternative approach for supporting local inter-community peace processes within the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict setting, based on Etienne Wenger’s concept of community of practice.

In this work, Danoyan applies some theoretical insights that she has learned during her studies in the Leadership for Change programme.

Marina, congratulations! 🎉📃

You can access the article here:
https://caucasusedition.net/communities-of-practices-prosp…/

*The Caucasus Edition: Journal of Conflict Transformation is an independent online publication that serves as a forum for scholars, practitioners, journalists, policy analysts and novice researchers to analyze as well as discuss conflicts and related issues in the South Caucasus and Turkey.

New academic year has begun: We welcome the new LFC students

The new academic year has began, and the Master’s programme “Leadership for change” has welcomed 27 new students: 9 students at each track (business studies, politics, and governance). We wish the students all the best in pursuing their studies!

Orientation day, 20.08.2019: the Dean, Matti Sommarberg, is welcoming new students of the LFC master’s programme