Tag Archives: social movements

Book Debate: The End of Representative Politics?

Tweet Today we publish a two part blog on Professor Simon Tormey’s book “the End of Representative Politics“. In this work Tormey argues that narratives of democratic decline are too tightly focused on representative forms of politics, and thus conceal … Continue reading

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International Seminar on Social Movements

Tweet In this post, Mercè Cortina-Oriol reports back the seminar on Social Movements organised by the University of Girona and Fundación Betiko. The past 24th and 25th of November took place in Girona (Catalonia) the 1st International Seminar on Social … Continue reading

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The Spanish Elections 26J: an incomplete transformation

Tweet In this post, Ricard Gomà reflects on the implications of the Spanish general election held on June 26, 2016. Ricard is professor of political science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and has also had a distinguished career in Spanish and Catalan politics. … Continue reading

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