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Job: Manager, Operations & Events, ICNC, Washington, DC

Location: Washington, DCAnticipated start date: January 2015 Application instructions: Email CV and cover letter to afrench@nonviolent-conflict.org in an email entitled “Manager, Operations & Events”Application deadline: December 1, 2014. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. This staff member will be the primary person in charge of administrative and logistical operations at ICNC. He or she will have…See More
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Editorial Internship, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, Washington, DC

Location: Washington, DC Anticipated start date: December 9, 2014 Duration: Until June 1, 2015; Part time: 20-30 hours/week (paid) Application deadline: November 25, 2014 ICNC circulates a selective digest of world news related to past, present and potential nonviolent conflicts, including active civilian-based struggles against oppressive regimes, nonviolent resistance, political and social dissidence, and the use of nonviolent tactics in a variety of causes. The intern will participate in…See More
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Webinar:

Véronique Dudouet, Senior Researcher and Program Director, the Berghof Foundation Wednesday, November 12, 2014 / 12:00pm - 1:00pm ESTBased on a newly-published edited book Civil Resistance and Conflict Transformation. Transitions…See More
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Craig Zelizer liked Int'l Ctr on Nonviolent Conflict's discussion Webinar: Explaining the “Umbrella Revolution” for Political Rights in Hong Kong
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Webinar: Explaining the “Umbrella Revolution” for Political Rights in Hong Kong

Live ICNC Academic WebinarTuesday, October 7, 2014 / 10:00-11:00am ESTDiscussants:Michael Davis, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Hong KongVictoria Tin-bor Hui, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Notre DameModerator:Dr. Maciej Bartkowski, Senior Director, Education and Research, ICNCRegister nowThis webinar analyzes the unfolding "umbrella revolution" in Hong Kong. International media have…See More
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Craig Zelizer liked Int'l Ctr on Nonviolent Conflict's discussion Apply Now: ICNC/Rutgers-Newark Online Course on Civil Resistance, Oct. 14 - Nov. 18
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Apply now: ICNC/Rutgers-Newark Online Course on Civil Resistance, Oct. 14 - Nov. 18

ICNC and the Rutgers University Graduate School-Newark are accepting applications for the online course, "Civil Resistance and the Dynamics of Nonviolent Conflict."COURSE DESCRIPTION:The world has witnessed a surge in civil resistance movements across different regions. Civil resistance and the dynamics of nonviolent conflict have been instrumental in political transitions from authoritarian and oppressive rule for many decades.…See More
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Craig Zelizer liked Int'l Ctr on Nonviolent Conflict's discussion Apply Now: Paid Editorial and Adminstrative Internships, ICNC, Washington, DC
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Apply Now: Paid Editorial and Adminstrative Internships, ICNC, Washington, DC

Interns play an important role in the work accomplished at ICNC.Each semester, ICNC welcomes up to two interns, each for a period of four to six months. In the course of their internship, interns are involved in all of ICNC's programs and activities, giving logistical and administrative support to all members of the staff, as well as contributing substantively to the daily functioning in the center.…See More
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Post-Doctorate Fellowships: Nonviolent Strategies in Violent Contexts, University of Denver

Lecturer - Post-Doctorate Fellow Sie Cheou-Kang CenterLEARN MORE AND APPLYSié Chéou-Kang Center for…See More
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Kumi Naidoo Speaking Tonight on Nonviolent Direct Action via Live-Stream at #FSI2014

Date: Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 Time: Event will be live-streamed from 7:45pm - 9:45pm ESTDescription: "We believe that intensifying peaceful civil disobedience is not only ethically justifiable but morally necessary” - Kumi Naidoo.Dr. Naidoo will look at when and why direct action should be deployed as well as what justifies…See More
Jun 17
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2014 ICNC Research Monograph Awardees

For its 2014 research monograph awards ICNC has received more than 30 applications, a majority of each were unusually strong. After careful deliberation, ICNC has decided to offer twice as many awards to support innovative research in the field of civil resistance than it has initially been planned. This year, we have two female and two male awardees, each with unique experience in the practice and study of civil resistance. In their monographs, awardees will consider different case studies…See More
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In Memoriam of Howard Clark

Posted on January 8, 2014 at 3:59pm 0 Comments

On November 29, 2013 we learned about Howard Clark's passing. To honor his memory we have compiled the audio and video footage of Howard's talks that we captured during our academic seminars with his participation. We are making them available for public viewing in the hope that they will always…

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