Review of 30 years of democracy in Chile in the Latin American context
Conference - Monday December 10th
Thirty years after the plebiscite that put an end to the Chilean dictatorship, Manuel Antonio Garretón will analyze the significance of this plebiscite and its consequences and discuss Chilean democracy in the context of Latin America and the transformations of society and its actors.
Manuel Antonio Garretón, Professor at the Université of Chile
Comments by Alain Touraine and Geoffrey Pleyers
The conferences of the Social Movements in the Global Age Research Initiative analyze social movements in the South of the planet or regions that are generally not very visible in the sociological field, such as Eastern Europe with the aim of better integrating researchers, analysts and actors from these regions into building a global, multi-situated perspective on social movements and the challenges of democracy in this troubled period.
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- Conservative social movements in Central and Eastern Europe. The constitutional issues of a transnational mobilization - Thursday, October 18th
- A decade of social movements in Tunisia. Review and Prospects - Thursday, October 25th