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Citizenship, social capital and democracy in America


The decline in political and civic engagement, immigration and the growing role of religion are Robert Putnam’s central themes of reflection. Putnam recently addressed a conference organised in Rome by the Foundation for Active Citizenship in the framework of the 2006 edition of the “Euro-American Colloquia on Citizenship” programme. He invites civil society to invent new forms of cohesion.

The decline in political and civic engagement, immigration and the growing role of religion are Robert Putnam’s central themes of reflection. Putnam recently addressed a conference organised in Rome by the Foundation for Active Citizenship in the framework of the 2006 edition of the “Euro-American Colloquia on Citizenship” programme. He invites civil society to invent new forms of cohesion.

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