Sylwia Gregorczyk-Abram on How Democracies Die   

An International and Comparative Law Program Event

Democracies do not die spectacularly, but usually through creeping authoritarianism, as with Poland. What are the signs of a collapsing democracy and can this be prevented? This is important given the crisis of democratic values in Europe and world-wide and the increasing acceptance of populists. A case study on Poland can be a warning to other countries, and a source of knowledge for politicians and activists.