ICNC is launching the sixth annual call for its popular Curriculum Fellowship program supporting college, university, and adult education instructors to develop and teach either full courses, or several units in an existing course, on civil resistance movements and campaigns. The deadline to apply is May 8th, 2019.

We strongly encourage you to closely read and review the eligibility requirements and other important details about this fellowship, including the curriculum development resources and the instructions on how to craft your curriculum proposal for serious consideration. Several applicants in the past have been disqualified from serious consideration because they did not follow this advice. For this information, visit the ICNC 2018-2019 Curriculum Fellowship for Classroom-Based Courses webpage

In addition to its traditional classroom-based opportunity, the ICNC fellowship now includes two additional options to either: 

1.  develop and teach an online seminar or course on civil resistance using ICNC's Learning Management System. If you would like to learn more, or apply for the online curriculum fellowship, go to ICNC's 2019-2020 Curriculum Fellowship for Online Courses

2. develop and teach a hybrid online and classroom-based seminar or course on civil resistance. If you would like to learn more, or apply for the hybrid curriculum fellowship, go to ICNC's 2019-2020 Curriculum Fellowship for Hybrid Courses

ICNC is launching the sixth annual call for its popular Curriculum Fellowship program supporting college and university instructors to develop and teach hybrid courses on civil resistance that combine face-to-face classroom interactions with online engagement between instructor and students, using the ICNC Online Courses platform. The deadline to apply is May 8th, 2019.

Proposals can be for full courses or significant curriculum units with a minimum of five weeks of combined classroom and online instruction and activities.

The amount of classroom-based and online learning should be more or less evenly distributed in the proposed hybrid curriculum with a minimum of two face-to-face sessions spread out during five weeks of teaching on civil resistance. 

We strongly encourage you to closely read and review the eligibility requirements and other important details about this fellowship, including the curriculum development resources and the instructions on how to craft your curriculum proposal for serious consideration. Several applicants in the past have been disqualified from serious consideration, because they did not follow this advice. For this information, visit the ICNC 2018-2019 Curriculum Fellowship for Hybrid Courses webpage.

In addition to this hybrid teaching fellowship opportunity, ICNC also offers all classroom-based and all-online curriculum fellowship opportunities as well.  

If you would like to learn more, or apply for, the classroom-based fellowship, visit the ICNC 2018-2019 Curriculum Fellowship for Classroom-Based Courses webpage 

If you would like to learn more, or apply for, the online course fellowship, visit the ICNC 2018-2019 Curriculum Fellowship for Online Courses webpage.

ICNC is launching the sixth annual call for its popular Curriculum Fellowship program supporting college and university instructors to develop and teach either a new online course, or several units in an existing online course, which are focused on civil resistance movements and campaigns. The deadline to apply is May 8th, 2019.

We strongly encourage you to closely read and review the eligibility requirements and other important details about this fellowship, including the curriculum development resources and the instructions on how to craft your curriculum proposal for serious consideration. Several applicants in the past have been disqualified from serious consideration, because they did not follow this advice. For this information, visit the ICNC 2019-2012 Curriculum Fellowship for Online Courses webpage.

In addition to this online teaching fellowship opportunity, ICNC also offers classroom-based and hybrid curriculum fellowship opportunities as well.  

If you would like to learn more, or apply for the classroom-based fellowship, visit the ICNC 2019-2020 Curriculum Fellowship for Classroom-Based Courses webpage.

If you would like to learn more, or apply for, the hybrid online/classroom-based fellowship, visit the ICNC 2019-2020 Curriculum Fellowship for Hybrid Courses webpage. 

Proposals are reviewed on a rolling basis, but we encourage earlier submissions. Our earliest available slot is for March 2019. 

The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict welcomes the submission of presentation proposals for our Webinar Series on Civil Resistance for 2019. ICNC’s Webinars are a series of online individual and group presentations, combined with Q & A discussions with participants, on critical ideas, cases, and questions related to civil resistance and nonviolent movements. Webinars are streamed live and the recordings are posted on ICNC’s website for future viewing.   

Webinars are delivered by selected scholars, educators and practitioners who research, study, teach or write about civil resistance, interact with activists or practice civil resistance.

Please see a list of topics for potential webinars that are of interest to ICNC. 

ICNC offers a modest honorarium to webinar presenters that ranges between $200 to $400, depending on the number of presenters in a webinar and speakers' experience. 

Our Webinars are intended for scholars, activists, organizers, educators, members of  the media, policymakers, practitioners, and students. Since the series began in 2010 we have reached thousands of participants from around the world.

Visit the ICNC webinar page to view a full list of past webinar recordings.

Civil resistance is understood as a nonviolent struggle that civilians undertake using a range of nonviolent methods – including, but not limited to, marches, strikes, boycotts, noncooperation, civil disobedience, building alternative institutions – with the aim of winning human rights, establishing greater accountability, social justice, and more inclusive, nonviolent democratic spaces.

Welcome to the application form for the 2019 ICNC Monograph Proposal on Civil Resistance. The deadline to apply is May 24th, 2019. Early submissions are welcome, however.

The goals of ICNC's fifth annual Monograph Awards call for proposals are to support research and  writing that 

  • develops robust conceptual frameworks for understanding the nature, dynamics,  power and impact of civil resistance movements;  
  • enhances the strategic use of civil resistance;
  • produces relevant  findings for activists and organizers, civil society professionals and the policy and developmental communities. 

In 2019, up to four awards of $5,000 will be  offered to prospective authors who have background in the study and/or  practice of civil resistance and excel in writing accessibly for general and academic audiences. We encourage applications that focus on  under-researched or under-published topics in the field of civil  resistance.

Before submitting the application, please read through the 2019 Monograph Call carefully. Applications that do not meet the requirements outlined in the call will not be considered.

After reviewing the 2019 Monograph Call, please fill out the form below, and include attachments of your:

  • Monograph proposal
  • Writing sample of unpublished work
  • Updated CV

Thank you for your interest in ICNC's 2019 Doctoral, Post-Doctoral & Junior Faculty Research Fellowship in support of research and writing on civil resistance. 

The deadline to apply is June 2, 2019. Early submissions are encouraged. Before applying, however, please read through the 2019 Doctoral, Post-Doctoral & Junior Faculty Research Fellowship Call and review the requirements and eligibility criteria of the fellowship. Applications that do not include all of the required information will not be considered. 

To apply, please fill out the form below. Please note that the submission requirements are slightly different depending on if you are a doctoral, post-doctoral, or junior faculty applicant. 

International Center on Nonviolent Conflict