Get connected to the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC) and the field of strategic nonviolent action with our iPhone/iPod Touch app. The People Power App is a free mobile app giving you access to all of ICNC's educational and research materials, information on its latest activities and news on…See More
Sharon Erickson Nepstad, University of New Mexico Wednesday, November 13, 2013 / 12:00pm 1:00pm ESTRecent studies have emphasized that security force defections can greatly improve the odds that civil resistance movements will achieve their goals. Yet we still know relatively little about why defections occur and the long-term consequences for nonviolent struggles. In this webinar, I describe a variety of security force responses and the factors that shape whether security forces remain loyal,…See More
The power of strategic nonviolent action in successful pro-democracy insurrections against autocratic regimes has been well-documented. Less well known has been the role of strategic nonviolent action in defending democracies against attempted coup d'états. This webinar examines the history and theory of civil resistance against efforts by the military or other undemocratic elements to overthrow democratic governments and replace them by autocratic regimes.See More
Dr. Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics and International Studies at University of San Francisco; Co-Chair, ICNC Academic Advisors CommitteeThursday, October 3, 2013 / 12:00pm - 1:00pm ESTThe power of strategic nonviolent action in successful pro-democracy insurrections against autocratic regimes has been well-documented. Less…See More
August 17-24, 2013 | Nashville, TennesseeApply now for the James Lawson Institute (JLI) 2013, an eight-day experience in strategic evaluation of nonviolent civil resistance. The seminar will be facilitated by by Dr. James Lawson and the advisors and staff of the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict.We invite you to share the…See More
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