Análisis de experimentos de participación política en el postconflicto Thesis

short description

  • Master's thesis

Thesis author

  • Acuña Quintero, Diana


  • This research asks about the limits and opportunities of the participation of former antagonists in scenarios of political (non-electoral) participation in the post-conflict, with the aim of contributing to the debate on spaces and forms of participation, and with the objective of to be able to foresee some expected results when promoting exercises of political participation and how these could affect the possibilities of reconciliation. Similarly, this research analyzes some recent experiments in political deliberation among central actors of the post-conflict: ex-combatants, victims and communities, in order to identify the necessary conditions for the exercise of political rights without creating obstacles for the construction of peace. Likewise, it aims to identify the main opportunities and the most relevant risks that deliberation experiments have for the exercise of political rights and for reconciliation. The analysis consists of knowing what happens with the attitudes of antagonistic groups of a conflict when they are summoned to discuss their possibilities of long-term cohabitation in non-electoral political participation scenarios.

publication date

  • 2018-03-08


  • Deliberation
  • Excombatants
  • Peacebuilding
  • Political participation
  • Postconflict
  • Reconciliation

Document Id

  • ffa7720f-be67-4aa8-b662-e2c0bd257527