ONLINE | Collaboration and Democracy: Confronting Enemies, Opponents and Friends

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ONLINE | Collaboration and Democracy: Confronting Enemies, Opponents and Friends

By Lala Pop

  • afghanistan
  • Brazil
  • Collaboration
  • Democracy
  • Launch
  • Poland
  • South Africa
  • USA

December 03, 2021 - 11:00 am

Register → November 12, 2021

Collaboration with the enemy is a political “offense.” Collaboration with friends is a political necessity, and collaboration with opponents presents a puzzle in need of careful exploration and judgment.

In this webinar, colleagues from Afghanistan (Obaidullah Baheer), South Africa (Shireen Hassim), the United States (Jeffrey C. Isaac), Brazil (Daniel Peres) and Poland (Karolina Wigura) will discuss, informed by their contrasting political experiences and analyses, the “offense,” the necessity and the judgment.

The webinar will also officially launch the new Democracy Seminar website!

Registered attendees will receive the zoom link via email.

Presented by the Democracy Seminar based in the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies at The New School for Social Research.