Can Civil Resistance End Civil Wars? Lessons From Nepal on Combining Resistance Struggles and Peacebuilding Efforts
Presenters: Ches Thurber and Subindra Bogati
Time: Thursday, December 13, 2018, from Noon to 1 PM (EST)
A webinar presentation based on Thurber’s & Bogoti’s commissioned civil resistance and peacebuilding case study on Nepal. Here they will apply the framework developed by Veronique Dudouet in her 2017 ICNC Special Report, Powering to Peace: Integrating Civil Resistance and Peacebuilding Strategies.
Presenter: Ivan Marovic
Time: Thursday, January 17, 2019, from Noon to 1 PM (EST)
This webinar will introduce the new book, The Path of Most Resistance: A Step-by-Step Guide to Planning a Nonviolent Campaign, a practical guide for activists and organizers of all levels, who wish to grow their resistance activities into a more strategic, fixed-term campaign. In it, Marovic will tell stories and explain how the book guides readers through the campaign planning process, breaking it down into several steps, and providing tools and exercises for each step.
Past ICNC Webinars
Past webinars from 2010 to the present can also be viewed by browsing below. These 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 movement activist and organizer trying to increase your strategic understanding of civil resistance strategy and tactics;
- A journalist looking for 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.