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April 2020

5 April: Dietary Requirements: How Migrants’ Dignity Is Challanged?

3 April: Revitalising Democracy in Times of Division—The Role of Social Sciences and Humanities

2 April: Greece: Unequal Treatment of Migrants Before the Law

March 2020

30 March 2020: Germany: is the COVID-19 pandemic weakening the far right?

23 March 2020: The People’s Game: Why Football and Right-Wing Populism Might be the Perfect Match

21 March 2020: ‘Wir sind das Volk!’ Representative Claim-Making and Populist Style in the PEGIDA Movement’s Discourse

18 March 2020: Introducing eastern Germany’s far right intellectuals

15 March 2020: Commemoration at the Extremes: A Field Report from Dresden 2020

13 March 2020: The Future of the EU Report: The Polish case by Natasza Styczyńska

11 March 2020: Call for papers: Democracy and/or Populism: Exclusion, Equality and Disagreement

6 March 2020: Slovakia’s election: Populism for the rule law?

January 2020

26 January: Co-operation with the DEMOS project

August 2019

25 August 2019: Blog post: The People’s Game: Why Football and Right-Wing Populism Might be the Perfect Match

July 2019

03 July 2019: Roundtable discussion ‘Populist technologies and the new spectacle of finance’, UCL

June 2019

21 June 2019: New publication by Vassilis Petsinis: ‘Identity Politics and Right-Wing Populism in Estonia: The Case of EKRE’

20 June 2019: Blog post: Soft Power: Cats, Branding and the Ukrainian Far-Right

May 2019

15 May 2019: FATIGUE videos now live! A set of four short films explaining the FATIGUE project

14 May 2019: Blog Post: The joker becomes king: what happened in the Ukrainian election and why Chantal Mouffe might also vote for Zelenskiy

10 May 2019: Blog Post: Ukrainian Politics is Like a Box of Chocolates… You Really Never Know What You’re Gonna Get