Dr Michael Briguglio from the University’s Department of Sociology will be presenting his paper ‘Protests in the year of COVID-19 – The case of Malta’ during the 25th edition of Alternative Futures and Popular Protest (University of Manchester).
AFPP is an international, cross-disciplinary conference on social movements, protest and cognate topics, which has drawn participants from over 60 countries. Other themes to be discussed throughout the conference include the Futures of Social Movement Research, and Black Lives Matter.
The Conference will take place online between 7 and 9 June 2021.
Dr Briguglio will be presenting during session 1A, on Monday 7 June between 11:30 and 13:00.
More information can be found on the Facebook Page dedicated to the Conference.