PaCCS Partner Briefing Report

Report of key issues arising from the Sounding Conflict Workshop 2017.PDF

This PaCCS Partner Briefing Report outlines key insights from the Sounding Conflict PaCCS (Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security) research project meeting held in Queen’s University, Belfast on 2 November 2017. Six team members and eleven project partners met to discuss questions of how language, discourse and memories of sound practices from protracted to post-conflict inform expressions of resistance and reconciliation. This roundtable aims to extend these discussions in other directions while reflecting upon the findings of the PaCCS team for 2018. 

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