Could the rolling out of the European Green Deal (EGD) result in more polarisation in Europe? Or will political and civil society leaders be able to secure democratic consent for the policies of the EGD? Where will consent come from, and what will dissent look like?
Counterpoint is partnering with the Othering and Belonging Institute at the University of California Berkeley, More in Common and Science Po Paris for a series of webinars, conferences, and publications to bridge the conversation across the Atlantic on matters to do with inclusion and exclusion, race, and discrimination. Find out about more our latest events here.
The Bridges Project, in partnership with the Open Society European Policy Institute, explores the dynamics of human choice, collective thinking and sentiment, and political behaviour by bringing together ground-breaking researchers and public intellectuals into a dialogue with high-level policy-makers and politicians. It has been running since 2012.
This project, entitled ‘Nurturing populism? The impact of the media on the growth of populist right-wing parties in Netherlands, France and Finland’ is a cross-national project exploring the relationship between the media and the rise of support for populist parties.
These new instruments of mass mobilisation and participation captured the imagination of the foreign public almost as much as the objectives of the revolts themselves.