Tag Archives: group process
Reflections on the challenges of participatory democracy
For many years I have been thinking about the challenges of Peace & Power, and other forms of participatory democracy, and the “Occupy” movement has intensified my thinking about all of this. I live right next door to a vacant … Continue reading →
“Peace & Power” has come to the 99%
Ever since the “Occupy” movement started, I have watched, with some amazement, reports of the process that they have developed for the “participatory democracy” that is evolving, and especially their approaches for the General Assemblies! Belief it or not, what … Continue reading →
Peace and Power – a dozen and one things you can do!
I am working on the 8th Edition of Peace and Power: Creative Leadership for Building Community. The 1st edition was published in 1984, with Charlene Eldridge as the lead author. After Charlene died in 1993, I have continued this work, … Continue reading →