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The Wealth Divide: Has Inequality Doomed The 2024 Elections?

Thursday, 03 October 2024

Are societies on the brink of fracture due to economic inequality? As 2024 shapes up to be a historic year with record- breaking voter turnout, join us to explore the role of global economic inequality in shaping electoral outcomes.

Have our societies already been torn apart by gaping inequalities in wealth and incomes? Will populists capitalise on these divisions, or can we bridge the gap towards a more equitable society?

Join Dr. Marvin Suesse as he dissects recent global elections, offering insights into their implications for the upcoming US presidential election and beyond.


Time: 7.00PM - 8.30PM
Venue: JM Synge Theatre, The Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin
Cost: €7.00


This event is one of four panel discussions, taking place as part of the Democracy At A Crossroads Public Autumn Series 2024, organised by the School of Social Sciences & Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin.

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