We are delighted to announce the names of the successful applicants to the POPBACK Policy Fellowship Programme
POPBACK is an academic consortium carrying out research to inform strategies to increase democratic resilience by studying the mechanisms that “exclusionary populist” movements use to increase their power by undermining the rule of law and eroding the divide between the public and private domains in the areas of law, the economy, and the media. The project also seeks to identify the “coping strategies” societal actors use when faced with exclusionary populism.
We look forward to welcoming the following newly elected Fellows to Cambridge this year:
Tija Jakič, Member of the Programme Committee and Field Coordinator, Research Institute 8th of March (Inštitut 8. Marec), Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dr Daniela Kraus, General Secretary, Presseclub Concordia, Vienna, Austria
Dr Peter Kreko, Director of Political Capital and Associate Professor at ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary
Jaroslaw Kuisz, Editor in Chief, The Liberal Culture Internet Weekly and Assistant Professor, University of Warsaw, Poland
Maria Mayrhofer, Founding Executive Director, #aufstehn, Vienna, Austria