Documento -Democracy Ever After? Perspectives on Power and Representation


Democracy is politics in motion. Rather than residing in immovable structures and institutions, it takes its form in everyday acts and processes at every level of society. Majorities wax and wane, alliances shift, divisions open and close, and sometimes earthquakes send shockwaves through the whole system. Democracy remains fundamentally a battleground, not only for competing visions for society, but also over the very meaning of democracy itself. Between progressive movements fighting to extend rights and freedoms and the exclusionary politics of the far right, this edition examines the struggle over democracy and representation in Europe today. With its future direction uncertain, the way for Greens and progressives to defend democracy is by steering it towards ever greater fairness, inclusion, and participation.


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