Diversity and Democratic Governance: Legacies of the Past, Present Challenges, and Future Directions?
Conference organised by the RC14 Politics and Ethnicity,
Jointly with RC13 Democratization in Comparative Perspective, RC28 Comparative Federalism and Multilevel Governance, RC44 Security, Conflict and Democratization, RC50 Politics of Language.
University of Sarajevo, 12–15 June 2019
This conference will bring together a number of IPSA research committees to examine the challenges building democratic state institutions, how legacies of the past inform the present and what impact this has for the future of democratic governance in ethnically diverse societies.
The conference will provide an opportunity to examine the role of local, national, regional, and international actors in the development of democracy, the accommodation of ethnic diversity, and the design of political institutions.
The confirmed keynote speaker is Professor Kanchan Chandra, New York University.
Organizing committee: Timofey Agarin, Queen’s University Belfast, UK; Allison McCulloch, Brandon University, Canada; Damir Kapidzic, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Inquiries can be directed to the organizers at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference web page: rc14.ipsa.org