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Democracy Lab Hungary, May 22, 2021

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A unique opportunity to discuss relevant issues related to democracy and the Covid-19 pandemic in Hungary. The fourth PaCE Local Democracy Lab will be organized in Hungary on May 22, 2021. The lab creates a virtual space for civil society and under-representative groups for an open discussion on the perception of power, trust, and democracy. Local Democracy Lab creates an opportunity for the...

D1.1. Historical and political development of populism in Europe

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The report presenting the outline of the historical and political development of eighteen (18) populist, nativist, nationalist, antidemocratic and secessionist parties in Europe between 1990 and 2020 and three social movement case studies, QAnon, Gillet Jaunes in France and Pots and Pans Revolution in Iceland has been released by the PaCE team: Takis Pappas, University of Helsinki, Finland, and...

D1.5. Report containing tools on populist and nativist parties

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The Report containing tools that present a very reach and original typology of populist and nativist parties has been released by Takis Pappas, University of Helsinki, Finland, and Dimitris Skleparis, DemSoc. The report presents the structure of the Excel file that consists of 21 spreadsheets including 10 variables which provide users with some basic information about the 18 selected parties/case...

D1.5. Report containing tools Excel file

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The Report containing tools Excel file that presents a very reach and original typology of populist and nativist parties has been released by Takis Pappas, University of Helsinki, Finland, and Dimitris Skleparis, DemSoc. The Excel file consists of 21 spreadsheets including 10 variables which provide users with some basic information about the 18 selected parties/case studies by: country, party...

D3.2. Tools to identify populist narratives

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The report presenting the PaCE Dashboard and an Open Source tool to identify populist narratives in the large CommonCrawl dataset using keywords and AI filtering has been released by Róbert Bjarnason, Citizens Foundation Iceland. For those of you interested in the outcomes of this report, please access the link here.

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Great @CES_Europe Populism&Data Panel by @popandce: presentations by M. Fölsch=machine learning pop attitudes/M.Dolezal=measurement-matching of suppy/demandside pop./T. Lindenauer =BigData Approaches-pop.content anal/ V.Jansesberger=measuring pop gendergap @DrAnnikaWerner 👏Dis

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Very happy to co-chair with Martin Dolezal this panel and presenting research we all conducted in our @popandce “PaCE” Horizon 20 project @CES_Europe - this is the first of 3 panels with PaCE research findings

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In a new paper, #DEMOS_H2020 research Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz (CSS) discusses why the populist constitutional changes introduced by the #Hungarian government since 2010 amount to a rule of law issue.

Read #openaccess today👉 http://bit.ly/populist-constitutionalism

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Fatigue-Poprebel Seminar Series comes with a new edition on 15 June at 15:00 GMT. Our @AlinaAsavei @ASadecki and @SabineDVolk will speak about "Populist politicisation of history and culture". Register and read more about the workshop 👉 https://bit.ly/3yOVzxN

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