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Lisbon: a decade of Participatory Budget

By Miguel Silva Graça / 28 October, 2019

The experience has shown that PB clearly lead to a better performance of the municipality itself

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Intensifying democracy

By Giovanni Allegretti / 21 October, 2019

Involving citizens in choosing policy priorities has proven able to increase their quality of life.

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Progressive Pod on the renaissance of populism in Europe and the decline of social democracy

By Elena Gil / 3 October, 2019

A podcast interview with Professor Sheri Berman around her latest book “Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe”. An open discussion also on social-democracy.

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From open doors to a closed society

By Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz / 2 October, 2019

Today however, a deeply divided Poland is struggling to cope with the social challenges and changes of the past decades.

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Democracy could not be saved without addressing social inequality

By Jaroslav Bílek / 1 October, 2019

Therefore, to preserve democracy, we must make sure that we are defusing social inequality not fostering it.

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“Citizens need to organise against the social media regime”

By Vincent Mosco / 12 August, 2019

Citizens’ mobilisation and other alternatives to the powerful system of surveillance capitalism that Big Tech and governments have created.

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Direct democracy to empower parliamentarism and public discourse

By Ralf-Uwe Beck / 30 July, 2019

Only with direct democracy as a complement to representative democracy the government power will really come from the people.

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Tightening the knot

By Tom Dobber / 18 June, 2019

AI doesn’t kill democracy – yet. But it does affect core principles of democratic societies

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Resisting surveillance

By Shoshana Zuboff / 7 June, 2019

Surveillance Capitalism uses our data for generating revenues – but without our knowledge or control.

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Cognitive capitalism and the assault on democracy

By Laurent Alexandre / 19 May, 2019

In the light of Artificial Intelligence, everything needs to be re-thought: from our idea of a human being to every aspect of society.

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