ICNC High School Curriculum Fellowship 2019-2020

ICNC is issuing the fourth call for its civil resistance education grant for innovative high school educators from around the world. Up to 6 fellowships, each in the amount of $1,200, are available for motivated and qualified educators who will work with ICNC to develop and teach a curriculum on nonviolent civil resistance to high school students during FallContinue reading “ICNC High School Curriculum Fellowship 2019-2020”

Gene Sharp, The Machiavelli of Nonviolence, Dies at 90, Washington Post, 2/2/18

All students of nonviolence are familiar with the important work of Gene Sharp.  He founded the Albert Einstein Institute in 1983 to study the use of nonviolent action around the world.   His approaches have been used by activists worldwide including during the Arab Spring and in bringing down Slobodan Milosevic.  Sharp died on January 28,Continue reading “Gene Sharp, The Machiavelli of Nonviolence, Dies at 90, Washington Post, 2/2/18”

International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, Call for Proposals for Case Studies on Civil Resistance and Peacebuilding Strategies, Deadline: 10/4/17

By David J. Smith, September 26, 2017 If your interest in peacebuilding, conflict resolution, and transitional justice makes us believe that the new ICNC call for proposals for case studies that intersect civil resistance and peacebuilding would be of interest to you and your colleagues. We would appreciate it if you could share. Please seeContinue reading “International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, Call for Proposals for Case Studies on Civil Resistance and Peacebuilding Strategies, Deadline: 10/4/17”