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About Nina-Kathrin Wienkoop

Nina-Kathrin Wienkoop is a doctoral candidate at the Center for the Study of Democracy, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, where she holds her fellowship. She coordinates a working group on Movements and Institutions at the Institute for Social Movement Studies Berlin (ipb). Her research interests involve democratization processes, third term amendment struggles in Africa, as well as the interactions of institutions and movements. More publications can be found on https://leuphana.academia.edu/NinaKathrinWienkoop.

 

Articles by Nina-Kathrin Wienkoop

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“It takes more to tango” – cross-movement alliances of youth-led movements in West Africa

It is stunning how social movements were able to mobilize the masses to protest against democratic backslidings, often combined with demands for better governance.

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