ICNC Online Courses
ICNC offers a wealth of opportunities for structured online learning about civil resistance. These include:
- Moderated courses for selected cohorts (such as the ICNC-Rutgers University online course “People Power: The Study of Strategic Nonviolent Resistance”) that involve interactive discussion with peers and experts in the field.
- Unmoderated, participant-run courses for selected cohorts (such as the special course: “Civil Resistance Struggles: How Ordinary People Win Rights, Freedom, and Justice.”) that involves interactive discussions with peers moving through an expertly developed curriculum.
- Individualized, self-paced courses (to be launched in 2018) for general and professional audiences, including scholars, students, activists, organizers, journalists and members of the NGO and policy community, with varying levels of background knowledge.
- The Academic Online Curriculum (AOC) on Civil Resistance is an extensive and regularly updated set of resources on civil resistance, organized into clearly structured topics and case studies, in order to facilitate easy learning and curriculum development. The AOC is free and requires basic registration on ICNC’s online platform.
Visit our platform for a full list of courses currently offered. Please note that many of these courses are available only by invitation or through an application process, while some are part of our curriculum fellows’ teaching offerings.
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Unless otherwise noted, ICNC online courses are available for free. Participation in these courses is not restricted by time zones. Course material, forums, and posts are accessible to participants at any time during the day throughout the course, and remains available to them indefinitely after completion of the course.
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Mobile App for ICNC Online Courses
ICNC has developed a mobile app to further support our online course participants and their learning experience. The mobile app is free and available on and devices. To download the app, search for “ICNC Online Courses” in your app store. Mobile app users can also download ICNC’s learner guides. Click here for the iPhone learner guide and click here香蕉视频app在线 for the Android learner guide.
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ICNC-Rutgers Moderated Courses
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ICNC-Rutgers offered “People Power: The Strategic Dynamics of Civil Resistance” from October 1st to November 22nd, 2019. There were 124 applicants and 65 participants representing 45 countries. ICNC staff and several of the ICNC Academic Advisors香蕉视频app在线 participated as moderators. The course featured interactive group work and, for the second year, was accessible through the ICNC mobile app. For the first time in this course, four alumni from a previous cohort returned as moderators for a number of the discussion forums.
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Academic Online Curriculum
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- Civil Resistance: Nature, Ideas and History
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- Civil Resistance and its Interplay with Actors, Norms, Processes and Structures
- Types of Civil Resistance Struggles
- Individual Case Studies
- Game, Research and Curriculum Development