CSC also has become a host/contact institute for a number of international students, scholars, researchers, and think-tank who would like to conducted research in Nepal. CSC basically facilitates all activities related to research to be conducted by.
The South Asian Regional Institute on the Study and Practice of Strategic Nonviolent Action offers practitioners and scholars an opportunity to learn about, and reflect on, ways to achieve social change nonviolently. This institute is designed for.
CSC plans to organize a Nepal Research Conference on Nonviolence, Peace, and Justice with the participation of MA, MPhil and PhD students and social change practitioners from Nepal and abroad who are doing research in various social.
Considering the lack of publicly available database or a knowledge platform which provides comprehensive information related to Nepal’s peace process from past to present, CSC aims to create an Information and Knowledge Management Platform for the same..
Under the last phase of collaboration between the Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University and CSC, within the research project “Gender, war-trauma and peacebuilding” (GWP), CSC plans to organize a number of activities to communicate.
Popular nonviolent uprisings have been a powerful force of change in many developing countries around the world. These civil resistance movements use nonviolent tactics such as strikes, demonstrations and boycotts that do not pose a direct physical.