Whose Democracy?

A study on inequalities and elections in Brazil.

This paper explores what are the most relevant inequality-related factors that make it difficult or impossible for women, black people and low-income people to run for legislature and get elected in the Brazil – and discuss ways to overcome them. The author is Pedro Telles, with support from the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic EquityLondon School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

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