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Philippine political law

It will provide you with an understanding of the role and practice of a mediator and the service that the mediator provides to parties who are in dispute. Policy Makingconsiders the complexities of making policy in the modern public sector. Public policy makers do not operate in a vacuum and their policy-making autonomy is bounded by a number of considerations including knowledge, law, power, resources and public opinion. The module seeks to demystify policy-making by systematically introducing you to the key policy-making stages, theories, methods and key debates, locating them in practical real-world contexts. The module will therefore also focus on key research methods, enabling you to understand the research needs of policy makers as well as to be equipped with the skills and knowledge to conduct some of your own research. The entry grades outlined in this section indicate the likely offer or range of offers which would be … Read More