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Policy paper_ Empowering citizens through Citiizens Assamblies

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Advancing democracy: empowering democratic practices in the Western Balkans

Host: University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Political Sciences, Institute for Social Science Research, Skenderija 72, Sarajevo, B&H. Description: The global crisis of legitimacy of representative democracy is tangibly manifested in a low election turnout, progressive withdrawal of citizens from the arenas of democratic participation and in the consequent rise of populism and far-right tendencies. This […]
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SPECIAL ISSUE PARTICIPATORY INNOVATIONS IN HYBRID REGIMES

  Vol. 33 No. 1 (2022): Filozofija i društvo / Philosophy and Society | Filozofija i društvo/Philosophy and Society    Based on research conducted within the framework of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Network: Active Citizenship Abstract A worrying trend of autocratization that has been spreading globally in recent years, has thrust forward a new wave […]
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Research reports on two Democratic Innovations models impelemented in Serbia: the case of Valjevo

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Research reports on two Democratic Innovations models impelemented in Serbia: the case of Belgrade

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Working Paper: Democratic innovations an overview of approaches and tools

The second Working paper “Democratic innovations: an overview of approaches and tools” aims to develop a conceptual and methodological framework of democratic innovations, that could be useful for countries with few or no experience in the topic, by: –  Exploring the international theoretical and empirical literature on the existent approaches to citizen involvement in policy-making; –  Creating […]
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Working Paper: Social movements, Active Citizenship and Democratic Innovation: an Overview

This working paper examines the connection between social movements, active citizenship, and democratic innovation. The paper defines the terms of social movements and active citizenship as a way to establish the categorical apparatus. It then, briefly, analyses literature on social movements as democratizing agents as well as some reasons for the reemergence of social movements […]
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