Peace Review; 13, no. 1
. . . the parade disputes, the best known of which concerned the Drumcree parade in Portadown, County
Armagh, have led to new confrontations that question the emergence of a lasting (Mar, 2001): 43-49, 7 p.
Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. 2006, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p133-187. 55p.
The article discusses the dispute system design and the mediation of contested parades for intensifying democracy in Northern Ireland. It relates such dispute system to theories of democratic dialogue such as the Habermasian theories of communication action. It explores the background of the Northern Ireland Parades Commission which demonstrates the contribution of such system to the resolution of identity-based conflict.
The article considers in detail a particular aspect of the political murals painted by the republican movement in Northern Ireland, namely their references to international themes rather than solely Irish matters.
"the effects of regeneration in Belfast have been socially and spatially uneven, and sites of modernity sit uncomfortably close to communities that are still affected by poverty, division and violence. "
Crime, Media, Culture. 12/01/2010, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p285-307. 23p.
Ireland is sometimes said to be cursed with a surfeit of history; memory is seen as one of the principal causes of an endless cycle of violence. In contrast, this article focuses on collective memory and examines the way in which this was drawn on as a resource by republican and loyalist communities in terms of identity and endurance during almost four decades of conflict.