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Learning in revolution: perspectives on democracy from Egypt's UK-based diaspora activists

Learning in revolution: perspectives on democracy from Egypt's UK-based diaspora activists

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Helen Underhill
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The University of Manchester
Abstract

This article explores the impact of the 25 January protests in Egypt on a specific group of people who continue to struggle for social and political change: the UK-based Egyptian diaspora. Through an exploration of diaspora politics, the article sheds light on how UK activists challenge dominant approaches to democracy and democratization. The author argues that this case of diaspora politics calls for a continued inquiry into what democracy is and how it is imagined, particularly in transnational contexts.

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Underhill, Helen. (2016). Learning in revolution: perspectives on democracy from Egypt's UK-based diaspora activists. Contemporary Levant. 1. 25-37. 10.1080/20581831.2016.1149357.
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Wilcock, Cathy. (2018). Why are migrant campaigns different from homeland campaigns? Understanding belonging in context among UK-Sudanese activists. Global Networks. 10.1111/glob.12216., McKeever, David. (2019). Rumour and decertification in exile politics: evidence from the Egyptian case. Globalizations. 1-15. 10.1080/14747731.2019.1586116.
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