Democracy and Nonviolence in today’s World

November 17th from 5:30 to 7 PM.
Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy in collaboration with MIT will present “Democracy and Nonviolence in today’s World” a lecture by Dr. Ramin Jahanbegloo.

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“Educating the Heart & Mind” A Talk by Dalai Lama

Saturday November 1, 9:30 to 11:30 AM

The Tibetan Association of Boston will host “Educating the Heart & Mind” a talk by Dalai Lama on Saturday November 1st, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM at TD Garden, in Boston.

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Political developments in Syria and the region: Observations from the ground in conflict resolution practice

Political developments in Syria and the region: Observations from the ground in conflict resolution practice

Saturday March 23, 7:30-9:00 PM
Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy is proud to present a lecture by Dr. Marc Gopin on “Political developments in Syria and the region: Observations from the ground in conflict resolution practice”.

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The Politics of Gender and Democracy in Iran: Between Rights and Honor

The Politics of Gender and Democracy in Iran: Between Rights and Honor

March 10th
5:00- 7:00PM
Lecture by: Dr. Ziba Mir-Hosseini
The celebration of the international women’s day, Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy present a lecture on “the politics of gender and democracy in Iran: Between rights and honor by Dr. Ziba Mir-Hosseini. Since the 1979 Revolution, Iranian politics has conventionally been viewed as a polarized conflict between ‘secular’ and ‘Islamic’ ideologies. She argue that this view has masked the real battle, which has been between despotism and patriarchy, on the one hand, and democracy and feminism, on the other.

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Globalization & Social Movement around the World

Globalization & Social Movement around the World

January 20- 5:00-7:00pm
Location: 281 Concord Ave., Cambridge MA 02138
The Celebration of Martin Luther King the Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy presents a lecture on Globalization & Social Movement by Aram Hessami; Dr. Hessami’s specialization is in Western Political Thought and Post-modern philosophy. His research and publications are focused on Democratic Transition, Discourse Theory and Social Change

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Book Review: Desert Roots

Dec. 9th, 5-6:30pm

Experience migration’s triumphs and defeats, losses and gains as an Iranian immigrant family pursues that familiar hunger called “the American dream.” Join us as the author Mitra K. Shavarini discusses her latest book, Desert Roots, journey of an Iranian immigrant family, a deeply personal narrative chronicling her parents’ remarkable journey to America and then back again to Iran

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Muslim Perspectives On Peace-building Conference

Oct. 12-13, 2012

Claremont Lincoln University, the University of Southern California’s Office of Religious Life, the Islamic Society of North America, and the Center for Global Peacebuilding at Claremont Lincoln University are co-sponsoring…

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Nonviolent Strategies and the Future of Iran

Nonviolent Strategies and the Future of Iran

Oct. 20
Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy Inc. & BU’s Iranian Student Organization presents a panel discussion on: Nonviolent Strategies and the Future of Iran, This event is free and open to public. The language of the event is English. Join us and invite your friends to the event.

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Democracy and Ethnic Groups

Democracy and Ethnic Groups

Oct. 14, In this lecture, Arash Naraghi, Professor of philosophy and religion at Moravian College, will discuss on democracy and ethnic groups. Violence against religious and ethnic minorities and role of democracy to resolve this problem are the main topics of his lectures.

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The Green Movement and Nonviolent Struggle for Democratic Iran

The Green Movement and Nonviolent Struggle for Democratic Iran

June 17, Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy Inc. and MIT’s Center for International Studies will present a lecture on the Green Movement and Nonviolent Struggle for Democratic Iran.
Lecture by:

Dr. Ardeshir Amirarjmand,

Representative of Mousavi, leader of the Green Movement

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