The one-year Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Race, Ethnicity, and Conflict at Trinity College Dublin is a unique program that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues surrounding race, ethnicity, and conflict. The program features an interdisciplinary curriculum that combines topics from humanities, social sciences, international relations, and law to provide students with a holistic understanding of these issues. Through coursework and research projects, students will gain insights into racism and how it shapes social dynamics in various contexts such as politics, education, health care delivery systems, and economic development. The program is designed to prepare graduates for careers in fields such as policymaking or research related to race and ethnic equality. With its focus on real-world applications, this program provides students with the opportunity to make meaningful contributions towards creating more equitable societies where all people can thrive.