On November 3 and 4, 2022 took place the conference Still the era of Noepluralism
The conference was intended to celebrate the scholarly contributions of Philip Oxhorn and to intersect discussions of neopluralism with key themes of citizenship

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Repoliticising indigenous participation: FPIC protocols in Canada and Brazil, The International Journal of Human Rights International

Le système électoral guatémaltèque : entre tentatives de réformes, nouvelles dynamiques et menaces autoritaires, IdeAs, 19

L'engagement pousse là où on le sème : Le Carré Casgrain, de jardin ouvert à collectif citoyen, Écosociété, 1 septembre 2021

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Participation and Citizenship(s)

The Canada Research Chair in Participation and Citizenship(s) seeks to explore the links between forms of participation and the individual, collective and relational trajectories of the construction of citizenship(s) from a comparative perspective. The objective is to better understand from a theoretical point of view the institutional and emerging forms of participation, and their interactions with the processes of inclusion and (re)definition/transformation of the boundaries of this citizenship.

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francoise
Chairholder

Under the tenure of Françoise Montambeault, Professor at the Department of Political Science of the University of Montreal, the research falls within the field of comparative politics. They are interested in civic participation, democracy, social inclusion, expanding access to citizenship rights and redefining the boundaries of citizens' membership in political communities.

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EVENTS

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S enraciner au Québec
Still the era of Noepluralism
The Indigenous Right to Self-determination in Extractivist Economies.