Director of the Institute for Democratic Governance
“The issue of climate change has become a major political and ethical controversy”
Daniel Innerarity is Professor of Political Philosophy and "Ikerbasque" research at the University of the Basque Country, Director of the Democratic Governance Institute and visiting professor at the European Institute of Florence. He has been a visiting professor at different US and European universities, including the Sorbonne in Paris, the London School of Economics and Georgetown University.
Sustainable Development Goals. International progress in sustainability policies, the application of the 2030 Agenda, its involvement with climate change and the future challenges.
09:30 - 11:00
His recent books are La política en tiempos de indignación (2015), La democracia en Europa (2017), Política para perplejos (2018) and Comprender la democracia (2018). His research is focused on the transformation of politics and the idea of a complex democracy.
Innerarity is a regular op-ed contributor for El Correo, Diario Vasco, El País and La Vanguardia newspapers. His accolades include the Basque Country Essay Prize, the National Essay Prize, the Eusko Ikaskuntza-Caja Laboral Humanities, Arts, Culture and Social Sciences Prize and the Príncipe de Viana Culture Award.