1. TRENDS IN THE GOVERNANCE OF SECURITY COURSE:

    This course examines trends in governance through the window of security. It explores what general developments within governance can tell us about policing and what policing can tell us about these broader developments.

    The aim of this course is to complement teaching on security and justice within African tertiary learning institutions by bringing scholars from Africa and the world directly into African classrooms.

    The course encourages students to:
    • Engage with theoretical, descriptive and policy materials,
    • Develop an understanding of developments in security governance
    • Apply this understanding to help develop policy and practice.

    The course is introduced and discussed by Professor Clifford Shearing

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  2. TRENDS IN THE GOVERNANCE OF SECURITY COURSE:

    This course examines trends in governance through the window of security. It explores what general developments within governance can tell us about policing and what policing can tell us about these broader developments.

    The aim of this course is to complement teaching on security and justice within African tertiary learning institutions by bringing scholars from Africa and the world directly into African classrooms.

    The course encourages students to:
    • Engage with theoretical, descriptive and policy materials,
    • Develop an understanding of developments in security governance
    • Apply this understanding to help develop policy and practice.

    The course is introduced and discussed by Professor Clifford Shearing

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  4. TRENDS IN THE GOVERNANCE OF SECURITY COURSE

    This course examines trends in governance through the window of security. It explores what general developments within governance can tell us about policing and what policing can tell us about these broader developments.

    This aim of this course is to complement teaching on security and justice within African tertiary learning institutions by bringing scholars from Africa and the world directly into African classrooms.

    The course encourages students to:
    • Engage with theoretical, descriptive and policy materials,
    • Develop and understanding of developments in security governance
    • Apply this understanding to develop policy and practice.

    This course is introduced and discussed by Professor Clifford Shearing

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