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27Jul

24th IPSA World Congress Poznan, 2016

After the reorganizing of the 24th IPSA World Congress, the papers for the panels of RC49 have been reorganized into one panel on Thursday 28 July 2016 at 13:30 in room PCC 15, 0.B: 

BRICS - Democratic Practices, Economic Inequalities, and Policy of Distribution of the World Resources

Chair: Uffe Jakobsen

Discussant: Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo

Papers:

  • Inequality as Opportunity: Status and Role (Re)definition in the International System by Dorothée Vandamme and Tanguy Struye de Swielande
  • Strengthening Bilateral Relations and Support in Multilateral Forums: Brazil-Africa Relations (1995-2010) by Juliana Costa
  • The Status Quo Will Be Televised: CPC’s Ideological Apparatuses in Chinese Society by Victor Vieira
  • Trade Unionism as Construction of Political Identities in the Face of Inequality by Pablo Macia
  • WTO, Parallel Negotiations and the Exclusion of the BRICS: The Case of TISA and TTIP by  Dmitri Felix Do Nascimento and Canberk Koçak

 

RC49 aims to provide a forum for theoretical and conceptual discussion of democracy, capitalism as an environment to democractic politics, and possible democratic alternatives to capitalist economic systems; the analysis of existing political institutions and practices in capitalist systems, particularly with regard to their relation to the economic structure; and the political study of democratic reform and revolutionary movements.

22Apr

23rd IPSA World Congress, Montreal, 2014

RC49 is organising four panels at the Montreal Congress:

  • Global Governance and Local Sovereignty (Chair: Louwrens Pretorius. Room: Palais des congrès, 522b. Time: Monday, 21 July, 9:00-10:45.)

  • Global Resistance to Capitalist Global Governance (Chair: Uffe Jakobsen. Room: Palais des congrès, 522a. Time: Tuesday, 22 July, 11:00-12:45.)

  • The left-wing in South America: assessing a decade of experiences (Chair: Guilherme Reis. Room: Palais des congrès, 512g. Time: Wednesday, 23 July, 9:00-10:45.)

  • Global Governance: For Whom? By Whom? (Chair: Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo. Room: Palais des congrès, 518b. Time: Thursday, 24 July, 9:00-10:45.)

RC49 aims to provide a forum for theoretical and conceptual discussion of democracy, capitalism as an environment to democractic politics, and possible democratic alternatives to capitalist economic systems; the analysis of existing political institutions and practices in capitalist systems, particularly with regard to their relation to the economic structure; and the political study of democratic reform and revolutionary movements.

29Dec

Is there a European Model of Governance?

The next international IPSA conference, co-hosted with the Luxembourg Political Science Association and the European Governance Programme at the University of Luxembourg, will be held at the Jean Monnet Building of the European Commission in Luxembourg 18-20 March 2010. More information on http://luxembourg2010.org.