The People Power App
By International Center on Nonviolent Conflict
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Get connected to the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC) and the field of strategic nonviolent action with our iPhone/iPod Touch app. The People Power App is a free mobile app giving you access to all of ICNC's educational and research materials, information on its latest activities and news on nonviolent conflicts and human rights struggles around the world. Watch lectures and interviews on our YouTube Channel, sign up for one of our webinars, read the latest news, check out our online resource library and stay in touch via Facebook and Twitter. The new People Power App is the best way to explore our vast resources of information on strategic nonviolent action!
Features of the App include:
-Get introduced to the field of nonviolent action and watch our short video "Civil Resistance: A First Look"
-Read more about the subject in the accompanying booklet
-Get an updated stream of news on ICNC activities
-Browse the latest News Digest on Nonviolent Action
-Subscribe to our twice-weekly News Digest on news related to nonviolent conflict
-Learn about nonviolent conflicts around the world by reading our Conflict Summaries
-Watch our YouTube Channel, where you will find interviews, lectures and our exclusive Webinar Series.
-Connect to our Resource Library and check out People Power: The Game.
-Learn more about ICNC and connect with us on Twitter and Facebook.
Founded in 2002, the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC) is an independent, nonprofit educational foundation that develops and encourages the study and use of civilian based, nonmilitary strategies to establish and defend human rights, democratic self-rule and justice world wide. Acting as a catalyst to stimulate interest in nonviolent conflict, ICNC works with an extensive network of educators, organizers, journalists, and nongovernmental organizations around the world to develop and disseminate knowledge about strategic nonviolent action.
For more information about our work or questions about educational and research materials, please visit our website: www.nonviolent-conflict.org
What's New in Version 1.02
Minor fixes to layout issues and corrects a minor bug with the Video Channels and iOS 6.0