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Apply Now for ICNC’s 2019 Participant-Led Online Course “Civil Resistance Struggles: How Ordinary People Win Rights, Freedom, and Justice” 

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    Apply Now for ICNC’s 2019 Participant-Led Online Course

    “Civil Resistance Struggles: How Ordinary People
    Win Rights, Freedom, and Justice”

    ICNC is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for our 2019 Participant-Led Online Course: Civil Resistance Struggles: How Ordinary People Win Rights, Freedom, and Justice” from February 7- March 29, 2019 .

    Application Deadline: Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

    Course Dates: February 7 – March 29, 2019

    Online Platform:

    The course will take place on ICNC’s new online learning platformand begin with a live orientation webinar that guides admitted participants through signing up, logging in, interacting in the online space, and getting the most out of their online learning. Participation in the class is not restricted by time zone. Course content, forums, and posts are all accessible to participants at any time of day.

    Types of Activities:

    The course will involve an international learning community in a number of activities to be completed within specific time frames, readings, viewing videos, and small-group interactive projects, including active engagement with weekly discussion forums.

    Course Goals:

    • To introduce cutting edge thinking and research findings on various topics in civil resistance, as outlined in the course content below.
    • To discuss case studies of nonviolent campaigns and movements.
    • To reflect on the effectiveness of civil resistance and its power to overcome challenging conditions.
    • To provide a platform for peer-to-peer learning and networking.
    • To offer an interactive and structured learning environment for participants to become a more informed observer of nonviolent conflicts and effective conveyor of civil resistance knowledge.

    For more information about ICNC’s 2019 Participant-Led Online Course: “Civil Resistance Struggles: How Ordinary People Win Rights, Freedom, and Justice” and the application, please click here. ​

    If you have any questions, please email academicinitiative@nonviolent-conflict.org

    Application Deadline: Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

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