This course focuses on the relationship between diversity and peaceful coexistence, exploring how individuals and communities can live together in harmony despite differences in culture, religion, ethnicity, and other factors. Students will learn about the importance of diversity in building resilient and inclusive societies, and examine the causes and consequences of discrimination, prejudice, and intolerance. Through readings, lectures, case studies, and practical exercises, students will develop the skills to identify and address diversity-related conflicts, and design strategies for promoting mutual respect, understanding, and peaceful coexistence. The course will also examine the role of institutions and policies in promoting diversity and reducing discrimination, and the challenges and opportunities of promoting diversity in different contexts. By the end of the course, students will have gained the knowledge and skills to engage constructively with diversity, and design and implement initiatives that foster peaceful and inclusive communities.