ProcessNorth

Notes / about

www.processnorth.co.uk is an independent platform which aims to contribute to discussion on positive approaches to addressing conflicts / disputed issues.

The website carries ideas, theory & information about good practice in conflict resolution; articles, insights, news; & book reviews / short book notes.

Our latest review is of a book co-authored by Shamim Miah, Pete Sanderson and Paul Thomas, exploring how issues to do with multiculturalism present themselves in some of the towns and cities along the ‘M62 corridor’ between Manchester and Leeds.

Our booknotes section carries short and composite reviews. The latest piece there is about an important collection of interviews on conflict photography.

Our first discussion notes explore issues to do with liberalism, populism, political identities and antagonism. They are a piece of work in progress about the theories of Chantal Mouffe, who promotes the need for conflicts and disputes to take ‘agonistic’ forms within democratic political systems. 

We hope to be of use & interest to mediators / other practitioners working to improve relationships between individuals & within society; those involved in conversations, dialogue, debates / discussions on ‘difficult’ & ‘controversial’ subjects; researchers looking at contested issues & social distances; leaders & activists in communities, politics, business, local government & the voluntary sector.

Click the links for notes on / reviews of recent books, & to find out more / to contact Process North.