Ends on December 21, 2016
This is the online application form for the Director of Communications at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), located in Washington D.C.

As demand for ICNC’s work grows rapidly, we seek an experienced communications professional with a demonstrated interest in human rights, international affairs, and/or social movements. This position will systematize ICNC’s communications, marketing, and media relations. The Director of Communications will organize and execute strategies in all of these areas, collaborating with members of ICNC’s staff in the process.  This position is directly supported by ICNC’s Manager for Editorial Initiatives and an intern.

We strongly encourage you to review the full position description to learn more about the scope of work and requirements to apply. If you haven't already, you may also want to visit the ICNC homepage to familiarize yourself with our organization and our content.

Please note that only complete applications will be considered. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, and therefore early submissions are strongly encouraged. No applications will be accepted after December 21, 2016.

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The Director of Communications will work at ICNC's office in Washington, D.C. starting in early February.

If you have any questions about the position or application, please send an email to icnc@nonviolent-conflict.org.
Ends on December 21, 2016
This is the online application form for the Manager of Operations and Finance position at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), located in Washington D.C.

The Manager of Operations and Finance oversees core operating areas of ICNC that are vital to its success as a private operating foundation. This includes budget creation and tracking, managing payments and reimbursements, managing grant agreements for grantees and contracts for independent contractors, managing relationships with vendors, implementing human resource policies among staff, compliance with legal requirements, and event and meeting planning. This position works closely and collaboratively with the entire ICNC team, and will work collaboratively with other program staff on certain job functions such as contract management, grant management, and event planning.  This position is also directly supported by an intern, to whom some job responsibilities listed may be delegated.

A successful candidate will help push the organization to higher levels of impact and performance. We seek someone who is highly organized and proactive, and who can develop and implement a vision to improve processes within our organization. The Manager of Operations and Finance will be comfortable with variety and complexity, and will be able to re-prioritize goals in response to new information. She/he will be a clear and consistent communicator, someone who absorbs new information quickly and deeply, and has a sense of duty, excellence and accountability.

We strongly encourage you to review the full position description to learn more about the scope of work and requirements to apply. If you haven't already, you may also want to visit the ICNC homepage to familiarize yourself with our organization and our content.

Please note that only complete applications will be considered. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, and therefore early submissions are strongly encouraged. No applications will be accepted after December 21, 2016.

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The Manager of Operations and Finance will work at ICNC's office in Washington, D.C. starting in early February.

If you have any questions about the position or application, please send an email to icnc@nonviolent-conflict.org.

Ends on January 2, 2017
This is the online application form for the Manager of Academic Initiatives position at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), located in Washington D.C.

ICNC is looking for a Manager of Academic Initiatives who is passionate about our work; knowledgeable about nonviolent civil resistance, human rights and international affairs; and who can support our expanding research, online teaching, publishing, and academic support work around the world.  The Manager of Academic Initiatives works closely with ICNC’s Senior Director for Research and Education and provides both operational and substantive support in managing and implementing academic programs and initiatives.  

ICNC’s academic programs and initiatives engage students, scholars, and educators around the world, but also intersect with and inform ICNC’s work for activists and organizers and members of the policy community.  As such, this staff person will also get to work and interact with all ICNC staff across all program areas, and will be supported by an academic initiatives intern. 

While this position involves providing significant operational support, it also provides extensive opportunities to learn and deepen knowledge of civil resistance, which will enable this staff person to take on increasingly substantive responsibilities over time.

We strongly encourage you to review the full position description to learn more about the scope of work and requirements to apply. If you haven't already, you may also want to visit the ICNC homepage to familiarize yourself with our organization and our content.

Please note that only complete applications will be considered. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, and therefore early submissions are strongly encouraged. No applications will be accepted after January 2, 2017.

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The Manager of Academic Initiatives will work at ICNC's office in Washington, D.C. starting in early February.

If you have any questions about the position or application, please send an email to icnc@nonviolent-conflict.org.



This is the online application form for the Manager of Global Field Initiatives position at the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC), located in Washington D.C.

ICNC is looking for a Manager of Global Field Initiatives who is passionate about our mission; knowledgeable about nonviolent civil resistance, human rights and international affairs; and who can support our expanding work with activists, organizers, and dissidents around the world. Core aspects of our field work include making grants to grassroots organizers and individuals around the world; developing new educational resources for activists; translating existing resources into a wide variety of languages; leading in-person and online educational programs and workshops; field visits to various parts of the world; and collaboration with other foundations.

This position involves providing significant operational support, but it also provides extensive opportunities to learn and deepen knowledge of civil resistance, which will enable this staff person to take on increasingly substantive responsibilities over time. 

The Manager of Global Field Initiatives works closely with ICNC’s Associate Director for Global Field Initiatives.  ICNC’s field initiatives also intersect with and inform ICNC’s academic initiatives, communications, and work with other NGOs.  As such, this staff person will also get to work and interact with all ICNC staff across all program areas, and will be supported by a field initiatives intern.

We strongly encourage you to review the full position description to learn more about the scope of work and requirements to apply. If you haven't already, you may also want to visit the ICNC homepage to familiarize yourself with our organization and our content.

Please note that only complete applications will be considered. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, and therefore early submissions are strongly encouraged. No applications will be accepted after January 2, 2017.

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The Manager of Global Field Initiatives will work at ICNC's office in Washington, D.C. starting in early February.

If you have any questions about the position or application, please send an email to icnc@nonviolent-conflict.org.


This is the online application form for the ICNC online course "Civil Resistance Unpacked: Strategic Practice and Analysis", which will take place from December 6, 2016 to January 19, 2016.

The application deadline is Sunday, December 4, 2016 at 11:59pm ET. Applicants will be notified of the status of their application by December 5. Please note that only complete applications will be considered.

This new, participant-driven online course is being offered on short notice and in response to increasing demand for knowledge on civil resistance that we have received. For this particular learning experience, preference will be given to US-based applicants, but candidates from other countries with prior civil resistance knowledge and/or experience are encouraged to apply as well.

This course will provide an advanced, in‐depth and multi‐disciplinary perspective on civilian‐based movements and campaigns that defend and obtain basic rights and justice with the use of nonviolent tactics and strategies. 

Up to 50 participants will be admitted to take this course based on applicants' personal motivation; relevance of the course to their work, study, or activities; and commitment to regular online engagement throughout the duration of the course.

The course will officially begin on December 6, 2016 and will conclude on January 19, 2017.

We strongly recommend that you visit our webpage before completing this application to read more about the learning objectives, content and main features such as the code of conduct of the self-learning community of this online course.

If you have any questions or difficulties, please email us at academicinitiative@nonviolent-conflict.org.

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