Welcome to Newcastle Conflict Resolution Network
We are a group of Newcastle people aiming to:
- prevent, reduce and resolve destructive conflict
- support those doing so
- channel experience, facilitation and resources
NCRN is coming to the end of it’s second phase. In addition to major funding over six years from Newcastle Quaker Meeting and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Foundation, NCRN is grateful this year for top-up funding from ARCH, Talk for a Change/ International Alert, Hospital for God at Greatham and the Southall Trust. We are looking forward to the future and hope that you will continue to be involved.
Following the success of a series of residential weekend workshops for residents on ‘Handling Conflict’, NCRN has now started a new series in association with St Martin’s Community Centre, Walker.
NCRN is now supporting a project running in several primary schools in the Walker area of Newcastle: to teach children emotional coping skills by working with and through their teachers in school; and to involve their parents and carers in the hope of extending the school-based work into the family.
Are you someone who helps facilitate difficult discussions with communities? If so you have probably tried to absorb and use models to help analyse what’s…
NCRN organised Facetime and Selfies to give people a chance to meet together and be remined of the brilliant stuff still happening to help our…
What is the problem and what can we do? Our first seminar of the year took place on 11th March and was presented by Neil…