Member - Maison du Processwork

Sponsor of a powerful approach based on Open Forums to address global challenges

Type Non-profit project
Founded 2016
Company Size 10
Member Type
Founders Maurice Brasher, Sophie de Bryas, Denis Morin, Eric Rhodes, Nathalie Poirier, Matthieu Barbier, Caris Kindler, Marie-Claire Dagher, Sakeenah Ahamed, Olivier Meyer
Headquarters 92300 Levallois-Perret, France
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Maison du Processwork


Faced with new challenges, complex and intricated, our societies have to reinvent the way they take decisions. With the support of Arnold and Amy Mindell (see, we propose to organize Open Forums worldwide. The goal of those Open Forums is to interest potential stakeholders to explore at all levels - rationally, emotionally, physically - contemporary and often conflictual situations arising from local or global issues, taking into account the full range of roles and positions involved. It enables awareness among the participants of the diversity of positions. Lines of possible consensus and shared disagreement can then emerge and pave the way to action. This "Deep Democracy" process promotes sustainable communities where conflicts are no longer avoided or disregarded but viewed as an essential source of information. Maison du Processwork is the new name of the French Association ADDOP (Association pour le développement et la diffusion des open forums et autres applications du Processwork), created in 2016. It promotes Open Forums in France and elsewhere in cooperation with other Processwork associations.
Headquarters 92300 Levallois-Perret, France

SDG’s of application

The Sustainable Development Goals are a call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure peace and prosperity everywhere.
Clean water and sanitation
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Affordable and clean energy
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Industry, innovation and infrastructure
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SDG 11
Sustainable cities and communities
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SDG 12
Responsible consumption and production
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