A groundbreaking new monograph, “When Civil Resistance Succeeds: Building Democracy After Popular Nonviolent Uprisings,” by Jonathan Pinckney, published by the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), demonstrates that nonviolent movements make democratic transitions more likely and lead to stronger democracies.
Drawing from decades of data, refined statistical analysis...
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Join us on June 1st for a free public discussion on nonviolent resistance and the prevention of mass killings during popular uprisings. This event is designed to appeal to a variety of specialist and non-specialist audiences, including:
Scholars and students of political science, international relations, conflict resolution,...
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Apply by February 4th for a free, self-moderated ICNC online course on civil resistance
The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict is pleased to announce a call for applications for a seven-week, participant-led online course: Civil Resistance Struggles: How Ordinary People Win Rights, Freedom, and Justice.
This free, self-moderated course will take place...
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Can People Power Movements Strengthen International Human Rights Law?
A webinar with Elizabeth A. Wilson, author of the ICNC monograph People Power Movements and International Human Rights: Creating a Legal Framework
This webinar is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018 at 12 p.m. EST
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Application Deadline: September 17, 2017
Apply here: https://nonviolentconflict.submittable.com/submit/92586/free-2017-icnc-rutgers-online-course-on-civil-resistance
The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), in partnership with Rutgers University International Institute for Peace (Rutgers IIP) will host a free, moderated online course, “People...