Title: How Can Resistance Movements Limit Mass Killings By Repressive Governments?
Time: Wednesday, June 20 at Noon (Eastern-US)
Speaker: Evan Perkoski, co-author of ICNC’s new Special Report Nonviolent Resistance and Prevention of Mass Killings During Popular Uprisings.
These webinar webpages include the a content summary, speaker information, recommended online resources, and registration links.
Interested viewers can also review the past recorded webinars through the ICNC Webinar Digest that lists all ICNC webinars delivered between 2010 and Spring 2016 in an easily accessible format. The webinars are an excellent source of information and analysis about civil resistance, nonviolent strategies and tactics, emergence, impact and role of different nonviolent campaigns from around the world, and various phenomena associated with waging nonviolent struggles such as defections, backfire, or the role of external actors.
We will be updating the list of the upcoming webinars regularly and encourage our readers and viewers to return to this webpage periodically.
ICNC webinars are a convenient way to learn more about civil resistance and integrate it into your work, whether you are:
- An academic looking to incorporate educational videos on civil resistance into your classes and cite them in your research;
- A journalist looking for the insights into civil resistance movements around the world;
- A member of the general public interested in learning about specific 20th and 21st century movements and campaigns in an informed and engaging way.