Posts Categorized: Unruly Politics

Shaking Accountability in Mexico

Posted by & filed under Accountability, Citizenship, Governance, Uncategorized, Unruly Politics, Young people.

Three weeks have passed since 19th September and in the aftermath of the earthquakes Mexico’s ‘accountability ecosystem’[1] appears to be thriving.  With the upcoming presidential, and lower and upper chamber, elections in 2018, the political elites are facing a growing tide of fed-up citizens taking action for real change. My work, and that of many […]

Reflecting back upon the PPSC team’s activities in 2011

Posted by & filed under Citizenship, CLTS, Gender and Sexualities, Participatory Media, Participatory Methodologies, Unruly Politics, Violence and Conflict.

Danny Burns As 2012 begins, I want to take this opportunity to wish you a happy (and stress free) New Year. In this blog I want to talk offer a few flavours of things that members of the team have been working on; others you will see from recent contributions to the blog; more will […]