Gemma Smyth: Considering Democracy and ADR
This article addresses diversity-based practice in public collaborative processes. Published in the peer-reviewed Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, it critically examines various public participatory conflict resolution processes and the rhetoric surrounding their ability to increase participatory democracy, in particular from a diversity-based practice perspective.
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