Threats to democracy are one of the most critical challenges today. All types of inequalities, the climate crisis, the pandemic and populism fuel a generalized uncertainty that erodes the normative foundations of democracy and limits citizens’ trust in democratic institutions. What are the dangers that democracy faces? How can they be dealt with? Are we experiencing the end of democracy or its rebirth?
ΕΝΑ Ιnstitute for Alternative Policies participated as content partner in the VI Delphi Economic Forum, conducting a panel discussion about “Τhe Future of Democracy in a World of Uncertainty“.
- Albena Azmanova, Author, Reader in Political and Social Thought, University of Kent
- Nadia Urbinati, Kyriakos Tsakopoulos Professor of Political Theory, Columbia University
- Göran Therborn, Emeritus Professor, Wolfson College; University of Cambridge
Μoderator: Nikos Erinakis, Director of Research, ENA Institute for Alternative Policies
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