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The 2nd Annual Int'l Symposium organised by ECPS to be held on March 30-31, 2023 on "The Impacts of Global Power Transition on Authoritarian Populism and Multilateralism."


ECPS-ECRN Case Competition

The panel of experts that assessed the case presentation on March 7, 2023, was formed by the scholars who contributed to the ECPS report on “The Impacts of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Right-wing Populism in Europe.”

ECPS-ECRN has launched a ‘Case Competition Series’ on March 7, 2023 for early career researchers to provide a unique learning experience for them and support them in learning how to transform their academic knowledge into feasible policy suggestions.

ECPS Report: The Impacts of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine on Right-Wing Populism in Europe

The report, edited by @GillesIvaldi & Emilia Zankina, includes 37 populist Radical Right parties across 12 West European & 10 East European countries, + Turkey.

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The Second Annual International Symposium on ‘Impacts of Global Power Transition on Authoritarian Populism and Multilateralism’

Virtual Symposium by The European Center for Populism Studies (ECPS), Brussels/Belgium March 30-31, 2023   Click here to register!   Day I (March 30, 2023) 14:00–17:30 (Central European Time)   Welcome Remarks By Cengiz AKTAR (Professor, Senior Researcher at Foreign Policy Program of the ECPS). Opening Speech By Sir Graham WATSON (Honorary President...

People flooded the streets of Manila to demand justice for all the victims of extrajudicial killings that happened during the time of President Duterte on June 30, 2021. Photo: Santino Quintero.

Mapping Global Populism — Panel #2: Populism, Macho-Fascism and Varieties of Illiberalism in The Philippines

Date/Time: Thursday, April 27, 2023 -- 09:00-11:00 (CET) Click here to register! Moderator  Dr Paul Kenny (Professor in the Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences at the Australian Catholic University).  Speakers “Populism, Illiberalism and Authoritarianism in the Philippines: From Past to Present,” by Dr Adele Webb (Research Fellow in Democracy and Citizen Engagement at the...

People are attending a political rally and marching through the city streets of Melbourne with a police escort in Victoria, Australia on March 16, 2019. Photo: Adam Calaitzis.

Mapping Global Populism — Panel #1: Populism and Far Right in Australia

Date/Time: Thursday, March 23, 2023 -- 09:00-11:00 (CET) Click here to register! Moderator Dr John Pratt (Emeritus Professor of Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand) Panelists “From past to present: The question of populism, extremism and the far right in Australia,” by Dr Imogen Richards (Lecturer in...