Skip to main content

Populism, Politics, and Exclusion

The rise of populist politics, which promotes homogeneity and the sovereignty of the majority, threatens the open, inclusive and pluralist society which is the goal of the European project. This theme, led by Dr Martin Power, examines the impact of populism, means of challenging it, and exploring means by which a pluralist society can be fostered.

Currently, the FestiVersitiesFootball and Politics, and Social Protest and Music projects fall under the Populism, Politics, and Exclusion theme. 

For more information on this theme, or on any of the work associated with it, contact