Date: September 23-24, 2016
Location: Salle Polyvalente (SH-4800), pavillon Sherbrooke, 200 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC H2X3P2
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Democratic citizenship in Canada faces a myriad of challenges and opportunities. Growing social diversity, rapidly changing technologies of information and communication, as well as concerns about government transparency and accountability have been accompanied by falling electoral participation, instability in the party system at various levels of government, and important contestations outside of the electoral arena. What do these changes mean for the health of Canada’s democracy? What avenues are available to citizens to be heard by decision-makers? How have both citizens and institutions responded to changing economic, social and political circumstances?
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