The Micropolitics and Macropolitics of Nonviolence

Macropolitics and Micropolitics of Nonviolence 

**UPDATE** 1.5 Hours of Continuing Education Credit Per Session From The GA Office of Dispute Resoultion Now Available! **


 

Session 1:  

The Micropolitics of Nonviolence: Managing Masking Conflict

masking conflict

When: Thursday, March 25 11:30AM-1:00PM lunch and learn

Where: Virtual Zoom session

This lunch and learn will focus on how one can use the principles and practices of nonviolence in inter-personal relations. Using the example of conflict surround mask-wearing in our communities as a case study, the session will engage participants in active learning and role playing based on the concepts discussed. 

 

Deadline to Register: March 18, 2021


 

Session 2:

The Macropolitics of Nonviolence: Addressing the Complex Structures of Contemporary Social Conflict

Promoting Social Justice

When: Thursday, April 1 11:30AM-1:00PM lunch and learn

Where: Virtual Zoom session

This lunch and learn will focus on how one can use the principles and practices of nonviolence at the societal level. Using the example of racial justice protests in the United States as a case study, the session will engage participants in active learning and role playing related to structural, cultural, and/or direct violence.  

Deadline to Register: March 25, 2021


Trainers

Dr. Joseph Bock, Director of the School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development. Author of The Technology of Nonviolence: Social Media and Violence Prevention (2012); Sharpening Conflict Management: Religious Leadership and the Double-edged Sword (2001). More research here.


Dr. Maia Hallward, Editor of the Journal of Peacebuilding and Development and Professor of Middle East Politics. Author of NGOs and Human Rights: Comparing Faith-Based and Secular Approaches (2021); Global Responses to Conflict and Crisis in Syria and Yemen (2018); Understanding Nonviolence (2015). More research here. 

 

Pricing:  

  • General Public: $100.00 per session 
  • USG Employees & Students: $75.00  per session 
  • Both Sessions: General Public: $175.00 / USG Employees: $125.00 

 

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