A tentative program of the workshop covers the main topics in civil resistance studies that include, among others:
The workshop will also discuss teaching pedagogy and teaching tools, including documentaries, case studies and the new computer game People’s Power.
ICNC would like to solicit applications for participation from North American academics and Ph.D. students interested in any of the broadly defined subjects on the role and impact of non-state actors, and purposeful agency, civil society organizations, social movements, civic mobilization, nonviolent actions and civil resistance.
ICNC will cover lodging expenses for the duration of the academic training. In addition, ICNC will offer its participants resource-based support via free access to its reach education materials, including books, articles, films, and game with the purpose of assisting interested faculty in curriculum design, teaching and researching the subject of civil resistance. The participants will be expected to cover their travel to and from the workshop.
The learn more about the previous academic teacher workshop in Atlanta, click here
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