Albert Einstein Institution Statement (Angola)

Press Release (Angola)

— For more background on events, read the following article from The Guardian

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Albert Einstein Institution Statement (China)

Press Release


— For more background on events, read the following press release from Human Rights Watch:

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Bostonians Celebrate Life and Work of Gene Sharp

Last Monday night, Bostonians gathered to recognize one of their own. Gene Sharp, who has lived on a quiet street in East Boston since 1968, is known to his neighbors as an unassuming intellectual with a love of gardening.

Boston Celebrates Gene Sharp Day

To honor a lifetime of study on strategic nonviolent action, the city of Boston has proclaimed that April 27 will henceforth be known as Gene Sharp Day! 

Click here to read more about the life and work of Dr.

Dr. Mary Elizabeth King’s Exciting New Research on Gandhi, Nonviolent Struggle and Untouchability in India

Book Cover

Dr. Mary Elizabeth King, a board member at the Albert Einstein Institution, has written a new book that presents groundbreaking research on nonviolent struggle in India. The book’s back cover reads:

In the 1920s,

Nonviolent Struggle Monograph Series

The Albert Einstein Institution has now made its Nonviolent Struggle Monograph Series available for purchase as a complete set for $20. Buy the set directly from our bookstore or from Amazon.

For more information on each volume,

Oslo Freedom Forum Talk Video

In October 2014, Albert Einstein Institution executive director Jamila Raqib spoke at the Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) in Norway.

Each year since 2009, the Oslo Freedom Forum has brought together dissidents, activists, world leaders, journalists,

Einstein Institution 2014 Newsletter and Appeal

Dear friend,                                                                                                                                             December 2014

In a world that often seems filled with violence and oppression, it is easy to understand why many people have lost grounds for hope in a different future.  At the Albert Einstein Institution we see powerful daily examples of why the conditions of war,

Internship Opportunity (Fall 2015)

The Albert Einstein Institution is currently seeking an Intern for September through December 2015. 

If interested, please read the full posting for the position and send a cover letter, resume, and one-page writing sample to in an email titled “Internship.”

Jamila Raqib Speaking on Nonviolent Struggle in Maine, Nov 11-13

Jamila Raqib, executive director of the Albert Einstein Institution, will be visiting Maine this week to talk about the power and potential of nonviolent struggle.

Her talks are scheduled as follows:

TUESDAY, Nov 11: Bates College at 4:15 pm,