We love conflict!

Marian Liebmann, Zélie Gross and Roger Cullen say that division is not necessarily divisive

Ajoint initiative between Quaker Life, the recording clerk’s office, the Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre and the Living with Conflict project brought together twelve people for two days at Woodbrooke for a ‘Conflict Consultation’. We came with a variety of experiences in conflict resolution: the Alternatives to Violence Project, Community Mediation, Family Mediation, Quaker Conflict Resolution Advisory Groups, Conflict in Meetings and more.

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