Our first big presentation of the project to a global academic audience was at the CES Madrid meeting, held from 20-22 June, 2019.
We held a session entitled 'Disobedient Democracies in the European Semi-periphery'
Session Organizer: Danijela Dolenec, University of Zagreb
Session Chair: Jan Kubik, Rutgers University
Session Discussant: Guya Accornero, ICSTE University Institute of Lisbon
There were four papers in total presented by teams from the four countries
- Advancing Democracy Through Protest in the South and East of Europe , authors: Danijela Dolenec, Ana Balković, Karlo Kralj, Daniela Širinić, Eduardo Romanos and Tiago FernandesThe Evolution of Contention in Spain (2000-2017), authors Eduardo Romanos and Igor Sadaba, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
- Patterns of Protest in Portugal, 2000-2017: Continuity and Change, authors: Tiago Fernandes, Claudia Araújo and Isabel Gorjão Santos, Nova University, Lisbon, Portugal
- Contentious Politics in the European Semi-periphery: Who protests on the streets of Belgrade?, authors: Jelena Ćeriman and Aleksandar Pavlović, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade