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About Felipe G. Santos

Felipe is a PhD candidate at the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations of the Central European University (CEU), whose dissertation studies how activists take care of each other and how care practices influence the mobilization and radicalization of heavily aggrieved groups. Felipe also works on a project aimed at understanding the strategies and impact of ultra-conservative and anti-gender movements on EU politics. You can follow him on Twitter at @gsantosfelipe

Articles by Felipe G. Santos

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Precariat spring: Spanish social movements get ready for a new cycle of mobilisation

During the last month pensioners, women and housing activists suffering from precarious conditions have taken to the streets with one key demand: an end to the precarity of their lives. Español

Why both the Spanish and the Catalan governments think they come out reinforced from the referendum clash

The PP may be seen as sole guarantor of Spanish unity, while support for pro-independence parties morphs into a reaction against repression by the Spanish government and its conservative values.

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