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El trabajo que nos ocupa realiza un analisis del conflicto colombiano partiendo desde el concepto Seguridad Humana, acunado por el Programa de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD), que centra la importancia de la seguridad en el Ser Humano; hasta la Seguridad Democratica de Alvaro Uribe Velez, con una vision mas estatocentrica, durante sus dos...
Our study theme has focused on the interface between democracy and citizen participation. Since its formation in 2002, the group has analyzed the participatory dimension of democracy from transversal (gender, territory, community articulation), scalar (local, national and international) and sectoral (third sector, political-technical responsibility, urbanism, identity, sovereignty...) perspectives. In its different stages, the group has evolved from participatory mapping in the ACBC (first period) to research on democratic quality and participation, both internationally and in the ACBC, taking into account the European context and territorial citizen networks and passing through an intermediate phase of participatory deployment and collaboration with institutions, led by the increase of intervention and research projects. For this new cycle (2022-2025) the group has outlined the proposal to rethink participatory democracy from collaborative governance and community development, with the aim of investigating new participatory forms of community structuring and construction of democratic citizenship. Lines of research 1. Social welfare and social policies oriented towards democratic deepening. 2. Intersectional heuristics in democratic deepening. 3. Citizen participation, participatory tools, processes and results of democratic deepening. 4. Democratic deepening in Europe and Latin America: comparative lessons. 5. Anticipatory governance: citizen networks and democratization 6. Territorial and symbolic articulation from participation: Hiria eta Herri. Currently, the group is composed of a total of 36 researchers (31 PhDs) who in the period 2016-2021 have accumulated 219 publications and 130 research projects.