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Call for Applications
INTERNATIONAL CENTER ON NONVIOLENT CONFLICT WASHINGTON, D.C.
ACADEMIC SEMINAR
Civil Resistance: Nonviolent Force for Democracy and Justice
Vilnius, May 14-16, 2015 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday)
hosted by
EUROPEAN HUMANITIES UNIVERSITY
The Academic Department of Law, The Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights
and the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, Washington, D.C. (ICNC), are
organizing an academic seminar on civil resistance. The target audience is graduate
students, junior faculty, and researchers with an interest in civil resistance and
nonviolent conflict. The goal of the seminar is to promote the study, research and
teaching in the growing field of civil resistance studies. In the past four years ICNC
organized more than 20 different academic seminars at various institutions of higher
education around the world.
The topics that will be covered in the seminar include:
► Power and dynamics of civil resistance movements
► Effectiveness of civil resistance
► Emergence and sustainability of civil resistance
► Strategies and tactics of civil resistance
► Civil resistance and repression
► Civil resistance, nonviolent discipline and radical flank
► Third party actors and civil resistance
► Civil resistance and defections
► Civil resistance against corruption and violent non-state actors
► Civil resistance and democratization
Instructors and electronic resources
The seminar will be conducted by the ICNC instructors, including its staff, academic
advisor and veteran of civil resistance struggle.
ICNC will also develop an e-class for the registered participants who will attend the
seminar with the access to the digital and video resources that will remain open for
participants to review and use after the end of the seminar. Participants will not be
required to read or write anything prior to or after the seminar.
Date, time and location of the seminar
The seminar will be hosted at the EHU Campus at Valakupiu, 5 Vilnius Lituania. Sessions
of the seminar will run from 9:00am till 5pm on May 14 and May 15 and from 9:00am
till 3pm on May 16 (with short coffee/tea breaks in-between, including 1,5h lunch
breaks).
Only registered participants will be able to attend the seminar and attendance for the
full length of the seminar is required.
Language requirement
All sessions will be held in English and a good working knowledge of English language is
necessary.
No course fee
The seminar is free of charge, but participants traveling to Vilnius are expected to cover
their own travel and lodging expenses. Lunch and refreshments will be provided for the
duration of the seminar.
Deadline and how to apply
As the number of participants is limited all interested candidates are advised to apply as
early as possible. The application deadline is April 25 and participation will be confirmed
by the end of April.
Filled in applications (scroll down to fill out a short application form included with this
call) should be sent to [email protected] No other supporting documentation is
needed.
APPLICATION
1. PERSONAL INFORMATION
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First Name: Click here to enter text.
Male ☐
Female ☐
Year of Birth: Click here to enter text.
E-mail: Click here to enter text.
Phone or mobile phone number: Click here to enter text.
2. INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION
University/Institution: Click here to enter text.
Current Position: Student ☐ Faculty ☐
Other ☐
3. PLEASE EXPLAIN YOUR MOTIVATION FOR ATTENDING THE SEMINAR (200-400 words):
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4. PLEASE LIST YOUR MAIN AREAS OF INTEREST / RESEARCH
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Send completed application to [email protected]
Contact for inquiries:
Dr. Oleg Bresky Professor European Humanities University
[email protected]
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