Presented by the EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges.
There’s a widespread feeling that we’re living in times of a new global disorder that works in favour of the wealthy, media manipulators, populists, strategists of war and other anti-democratic forces. Prof John Keane analyses one of the most salient of these global trends: the birth of political regimes that are a serious alternative to the ideals and practices of power-sharing monitory democracy as we have known it during the past generation.
Date and time: Monday 17 July, 6.15pm-7.30pm
Venue: Doherty Institute Auditorium, 792 Elizabeth St, University of Melbourne
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Prof Glyn Davis AC, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne will chair this public lecture.
This public lecture is part of the International Conference ‘Rethinking governance in an era of global insecurities, regional tensions and rising nationalism’. Visit the conference webpage for more information.