Projects

Democratization

How to rethink civil disobedience not simply as the protest of individual rights-bearers against transgressive majorities, but as a genuinely democratic practice citizens engage in to address structural democratic deficits.

Globalization

How to rethink civil disobedience – often framed as protest citizens engage in against their national governments – in the face of the globalization of political and economic structures and the emergence of new forms of global protest.

Digitalization

How to rethink civil disobedience in the face of the rise of the Internet as a tool of political action and as a contested space; to consider whether whistleblowing and anonymous hacking can be included as forms of Digital Civil Disobedience.

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