2017 NEACR Spring Program

Lessons in Nonviolent Resistance from Global Movements


Thursday, May 4




Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center

1657 Worcester Road

Framingham, MA 01701


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NEACR Member - $25

NEACR Student Member - $10

Non-member - $35

Non-member Student - $25

NEACR's Spring Program is held annually at a location convenient to the organization's members throughout New England. This year's event will feature a presentation about nonviolent resistance in the world today and what we can learn from global movements. The discussion will be led by keynote speaker Jamila Raqib, Executive Director of the Albert Einstein Institution.

The Albert Einstein Institution promotes the worldwide study and strategic use of nonviolent resistance, a pragmatic technique of action that uses social, economic, and political tools for diverse objectives, such as opposing dictatorship and combating corruption, and attaining political rights, economic justice, environmental protection, and women’s empowerment. Jamila consults with activists and organizers, human rights organizations, academics, and government bodies in numerous countries. She also serves as a media commentator on nonviolent action and oversees the dissemination of resources and writings on the topic.

Interested in attending the 2017 Spring Program? Registration is available by clicking here. Join us in celebrating spring with conflict resolution practitioners from all over New England!

Once event registration has been completed, NEACR is unable to honor refund requests. Those who have registered but are no longer available to attend will be able to transfer their attendance to a friend or colleague who has not yet registered.

Click here to see a list of Spring Programs that NEACR has hosted in the past.

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