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by Kieran McEvoy,Peter Shirlow

eBook Beyond the Wire: Former Prisoners and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland ePub
Author: Kieran McEvoy,Peter Shirlow
Language: English
ISBN: 0745326315
ISBN13: 978-0745326313
Publisher: Pluto Press; 1 edition (March 20, 2008)
Pages: 200
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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Peter Shirlow, Kieran McEvoy. This book provides the first detailed examination of the role played by former loyalist and republican prisoners in grass roots conflict transformation work in the Northern Ireland peace process.

Peter Shirlow, Kieran McEvoy. It challenges the assumed passivity of former prisoners and ex-combatants. They have provided leadership in challenging cultures of violence, developed practical methods of resolving inter-communal conflict and found ways for communities to explore.

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Published by: Pluto Press. In the past, both during the recent and previous phases of conflict in Northern Ireland, former prisoners had to make a number of choices on release – whether to continue with their political activism, whether to curtail or alter it, or whether to give it up completely. It was important for both Republicanism and Loyalism to harness support for their positions among activists past and present.

Beyond the Wire: Former Prisoners and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland. Abandoning historical conflict?: former political prisoners and reconciliation in Northern Ireland. P Shirlow, J Tonge, J McAuley, C McGlynn. Who are" the People"?: Unionism, Protestantism and Loyalism in Northern Ireland. P Shirlow, M McGovern. Who fears to speak’: Fear, mobility, and ethnosectarianism in the two ‘ardoynes. Theoretical Criminology 13 (1), 31-59, 2009. Manchester University Press, 2013.

Peter Shirlow is Senior Lecturer in the School of Environmetal Studies at the University of Ultster

Peter Shirlow is Senior Lecturer in the School of Environmetal Studies at the University of Ultster. He has written widely on the political economy of Ireland. Kieran McEvoy is a Professor of Law and Transitional Justice and Director of the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Queens University Belfast. Country of Publication.

Personal Name: Shirlow, Peter. Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-179). Geographic Name: Northern Ireland Politics and government 1994-. Personal Name: McEvoy, Kieran. Varying Form of Title: Former prisoners and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland. Rubrics: Ex-convicts Political activity Northern Ireland Political prisoners Conflict management Political violence.

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The Northern Ireland conflict is often described in terms of the presence of two rival ethnic communities . Peter Shirlow and Kieran McEvoy, Beyond the Wire: Former Prisoners and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland (London: Pluto Press, 2008), p. oogle Scholar.

The Northern Ireland conflict is often described in terms of the presence of two rival ethnic communities, two competing ideas about identity and belonging, and two antagonistic visions of political aspiration. 28. Fidelma Ashe, ‘From paramilitaries to peacemakers: the gender dynamics of community-based restorative justice in Northern Ireland’, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 11 (2) (2009): 298–314. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

This book provides the first detailed examination of the role played by former loyalist and republican prisoners in. . The book will be of interest to students of criminology, peace and conflict studies, law and politics, geography and sociology as well as those with a particular interest in the Northern Ireland conflict.

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This book provides the first detailed examination of the role played by former loyalist and republican prisoners in grass roots conflict transformation work in the Northern Ireland peace process. It challenges the assumed passivity of former prisoners and ex-combatants. Instead, it suggests that such individuals and the groups which they formed have been key agents of conflict transformation. They have provided leadership in challenging cultures of violence, developed practical methods of resolving inter-communal conflict and found ways for communities to explore their troubled past. In analysing this, the authors challenge the sterile demonisation of former prisoners and the processes that maintain their exclusion from normal civic and social life. The book is a constructive reminder of the need for full participation of both former combatants and victims in post-conflict transformation. It also lays out a new agenda for reconciliation which suggests that conflict transformation can and should begin ‘from the extremes’. The book will be of interest to students of criminology, peace and conflict studies, law and politics, geography and sociology as well as those with a particular interest in the Northern Ireland conflict.

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