World Protests 2006-2013 Executive Summary (Spanish)
Working Paper #277
Este estudio de Septiembre de 2013 analiza 843 protestas acontecidas entre Enero de 2006 y Julio de 2013 en 84 países cubriendo alrededor del 90% de la población mundial. El documento se centra en: (i) las principales reclamaciones de las protestas (ii) quién protesta, qué métodos de protesta se usan y a quién se opone la gente que protesta (iii) los logros y la represión de los movimientos sociales en el corto plazo, y (iv) las principales demandas políticas de los manifestantes en todo el mundo. El documento hace un llamamiento a los decisores políticos a escuchar las peticiones, aunque éstas sólo sean articuladas o comunicadas a través de la frustración y la violencia.
About the Authors
Global Social Justice Program Director
Initiative for Policy Dialogue
Isabel Ortiz is Director of the Global Social Justice Program at the Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University. Earlier, she was Director at the International Labour Organization/ILO and UNICEF, and senior advisor at the United Nations and at the Asian Development Bank. She has an MSc and a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. She worked in more than 50 countries, and has written about 60 publications translated in several languages.
Senior Policy Analyst
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung New York
Sara focuses on economic and social policy in the context of the United Nations, IMF, World Bank and other international fora including the World Social Forum. Since coming to the FES in 2008, Sara has published several anthologies on topics including macroeconomic policy, inequality, social justice and social movements. She has also worked on issues in global governance including sustainable development and addressing the consequences of the 2008-9 financial crisis on developing countries
The New School
Hernan Cortes Saenz
Autonomous University of Barcelona
Hernán Cortés Saenz, from Barcelona (Spain), is pursuing a Ph.D. in International Relations at the Autonomous University of Barcelona focusing on Oil and Power Relations, and working as free-lance Consultant / Researcher on International Politics. He worked at the UBUNTU-World Forum of Civil Society Networks for the past 4 years as Policy and Executive Officer. His work focused on global governance, financial regulation, food issues, financing for development and the role of civil society. He has participated in several UN process, World Social Forums while being member of its International Council from 2010 until 2013. He has also being part of many civil society campaigns such as the Campaign for the Reform of International Institutions, Robin Hood Tax Campaign, Tackle Tax Havens, Food Sovereignty and Global Democracy, etc. You can follow him in @nanchisworld and nanchisworld.wordpress.com