The orientation training to KNCR offers students, faculty, and staff at UC the chance to build a foundation in nonviolent social change and reflect on their own values and practices as leaders. This training is offered all over the world, connecting Bearcats with a global community of nonviolence.
Through full participation in the 16-hour orientation training, participants:
- Develop a nuanced understanding of nonviolence as a philosophy and practice
- Build their ability to analyze conflict for effective response
- Explore key examples of nonviolent social change in the US Civil Rights Movement
- Learn the Six Principles of Nonviolence and the Six Steps of Nonviolence
- Learn and apply multiple models to social change movements for effective nonviolent practices
All materials are provided free of charge to participants courtesy of SALD and the UC Diversity Council.
Applications are available NOW for a mid-January to mid-February session that meets over four Friday afternoons with dinner provided. Apply today!
Applications will be available soon for a two-day training held in conjunction with the Annual Student Leadership Conference.