Hardy Merriman

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Hardy Merriman has worked in the field of strategic nonviolent conflict since 2002. He was director of programs and research at ICNC from 2005 to 2007. Prior to this, Mr. Merriman worked for three years with Dr. Gene Sharp at the Albert Einstein Institution in Boston, Massachusetts and contributed to and edited Dr. Sharp’s latest book, "Waging Nonviolent Struggle: 20th Century Practice and 21st Century Potential". Most recently, Mr. Merriman co-authored a chapter in the forthcoming book "Nonviolence: An Alternative for Countering Global Terror(ism)".
Mr. Merriman has also worked with activists from around the world and has made presentations on various topics related to strategic nonviolent conflict, at American University, the Australian Center for Peace and Conflict Studies (University of Queensland), the Center for Victims of Torture (Minneapolis, Minnesota), the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, the International Peace Research Association Annual Conference (2006), James Madison University, Oberlin College, and Swarthmore College.[1]


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  1. Hardy Merriman: Profile, ICNC, Accessed: 19 May 2008.