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Messina Democracy Lab, September 2019

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As part of the Populism and Civic Engagement (PaCE) project, we held a ‘Democracy Lab’ in Messina, Italy, in September 2019 (you can read more about it here). It was the first such event and served as a rehearsal for how other organisations can engage with citizens as part of their work. The Democracy Labs are a component of PaCE’s engagement plan, which aims to make sure that democratic...

Contribution of TRI to the PaCE research

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Please find the work conducted by the TRI partners on Populism and Civic Engagement.  A few reflections on “Analysing “populist” narratives – what are the ethical and social implications?” Please fin the detailed article on the following link. A view on the “Social media and populism: Facebook’s challenges with political speech”. Please find the detailed article on...

PaCE project at the EuroPCom 2019

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Discovering innovative forms of citizens engagement against populism Last Thursday, part of the Populism and Civic Engagement ‘PaCE’ team, including Nadja Nickel and Beth Wiltshire from The Democratic Society and Magnus Yngvi Josefsson from the City of Reykjavik, Iceland presented the PaCE project as part of an interactive ‘Ideas Lab: Discovering innovative forms of citizens engagement against...