Mr Miguel Angel Lara Otaola, an EIP Research Scholar in 2015-16, will represent the EIP project and attend the International IDEA workshop, on The Timing and Sequencing of Transitional Elections, The Hague, Netherland on 30th November and 1st December 2017
Sarah Cameron, EIP Senior Research Fellow and Project Manager, will present the EIP's latest Year in Elections, mid-2017 report at the the 15th International Electoral Symposium organized by the International Center for Parliamentary Studies in Jordan 4-6th December 2017.
Rising voting support for parties blending populist and authoritarian appeals has disrupted mainstream party competition in many European societies and had major consequences worldwide. What explains this phenomenon?
In their recent article, Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart theorize that an important part of any explanation lies in perceived cultural threats, where rapid and profound value change in post-industrial societies during recent decades have affected core feelings of social identity, wrapped around values of family, faith and nation. These developments have generated a cultural backlash activating authoritarian values and voting support for populist parties with authoritarian policy positions, especially among older and non-college educated citizens.
Come along to the lecture to hear more. Entry is free, open to all, and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Prof. Pippa Norris presented new research for a paper on "Roswell, Grassy Knolls, and Voter Fraud: Explaining erroneous perceptions of electoral malpractices", coauthored with Holly Ann Garnett and Max Groemping, at MIT'sElection Data and Sciences Lab, Cambridge
Dr Ferran Martínez i Coma, Griffith University and past EIP Senior Research Fellow, discusses Electoral Integrity in the Seminario Congreso Internacional: Financiamiento de campañas y resultados electorales, Mexico.
This workshop will analyze the causes, consequences and solutions to problems in electoral security and voting rights during the 2016 United States elections.
Public lecture by Pippa Norris on THE SILENT REVOLUTION'S TWIN PROGENY: POPULIST-AUTHORITARIANS AND POPULIST-PROGRESSIVES
Pippa Norris is speaking in Stockholm at an International IDEA panel event on participation, parties and representation, 2pm Wed 26th April, 2017
PSA Keynote talk, Strathclyde University, Glasgow
Interactive EIP data workshop by Pippa Norris at the PSA Annual Conference, University of Strathclyde
Public Lecture by Pippa Norris on Trump, Brexit and the Rise of Populism