[PRESS] Guardian quiz finds women more populist than men

Published on The Guardian Analysis of nearly half a million responses to the ‘How populist are […]

[OPINIÓN] Is Latin America Facing a Wave of Right-Wing Populism?

Published on Project Syndicate By Cristóbal Rovira Many observers now argue that the wave of right-wing populism […]

[NOTE] COES confirms its renovation and will continue doing research in Social Sciences

Conicyt confirmed the continuity of the Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies (COES) until 2023.

[PRESS] The upper-class tool kit, by The Harvard Gazette

Published on The Harvard Gazette Affluent parents concentrate more on improving their children’s status, panelists say. […]

[OPINIÓN] The Siren Song of Left-Wing Populism

Author: Cristóbal Rovira Published on Project Syndicate A growing number of commentators believe that populism represents the […]

[OUTREACH] María Luisa Méndez on her new book,”The upper-middle class challenges social cohesion towards the rest of the social structure”

“Upper Middle-Class Social Reproduction” captures the interconnections between macro and micro social dimensions such as […]

[OUTREACH] Hugo Romero on extractivism in Chile’s Norte Grande: “Mining companies and communities co-produce a territory through a relationship based on negotiation and resistance”

In this interview, the sociologist (PhD in Human Geography, University of Manchester) discusses how he […]

[OUTREACH] Public Policies: COES Academics are awarded a “Núcleo Milenio” fund for research on social development around health and education with a gender approach

The project seeks to design, evaluate, and create public policies in the health and education […]

[OUTREACH] Research of 13 COES academics were presented at the 41st Annual Scientific Meeting of the ISPP

From the 4th to the 7th of July, 8 COES researchers from the Group and […]

[OUTREACH] COES researcher is elected member of the Governing Council of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP)

Roberto González, Principal Researcher of the Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies (COES), in charge of […]

[NEW BOOK] The Camp and the City: Territories of Extraction

By Luis Valenzuela  One of the main reasons COES is interested in extraction and territories […]

[COES CONFERENCE] Call for proposals for individual speakers, panels and academic posters

This 2018, the COES Conference will be focus on CONCENTRATIONS. Alfredo Joignant, political scientist, head […]

[INTERVIEW] Kirsten Sehnbruch talk about chilean movement feminist at World Politics Review

Published at World Politics Review By Kirsten Sehnbruch Last week, thousands of women marched through Santiago, Chile, […]

[OPINIÓN] Representar el pasado reciente en espacios públicos: a propósito del debate en torno a los Hijos de la Libertad

(Available only in spanish) Daniela Jara Published by Ciper

[CLOSED] Postdoctoral Position COES-CIGIDEN 2018

The Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies (COES) and The Research Center for Integrated […]

[OPINION] Colombia: one year later, peace makes no headway

Published at Noria Research By Mathilde Allain One year after the peace accord between the […]

[ACTIVITY] Luis Valenzuela will present The Camp and the City: Territories of Extraction book at Harvard University

More information (…) Please join editors, Jeannette Sordi, Luis Valenzuela, COES researcher and director of Centro […]

[OPINIÓN] Elecciones presidenciales y el triunfo de la posverdad, Kirsten Sehnbruch

Available only in spanish

[OPINION] A Bitter Victory for the Chilean Right? at Foreign Affairs

By Cristóbal Rovira Published at Foreign Affairs

COES researchers in book Making Work More Equal

Kirsten Sehnbruch, COES researcher, and Nurjk Agloni, COES supported PhD student contributed with the chapter […]

[MEDIA] Have psychologists found a better way to persuade people to save the planet? The Guardian

The Guardian news media writes about the research On the Relation Between Social Dominance Orientation and Environmentalism: A 25-Nation […]

[OPINIÓN] El Pacto de Adriana: secretos de familia o los secretos de un país

By Daniela Jara Published at El Mostrador (Available only in spanish)

2 Postdoctoral Research Positions for The Chilean Longitudinal Social Survey (ELSOC)


[CALL FOR APPLICATION] Postdoctoral Research Position in Chile 2018 (COES-IEUT)


[OPINION] Chile’s president is a woman — and she just scored a major policy victory for women. Here’s why that matters.

Article at The Washington Post by Catherine Reyes and Susan Franceschet Latin America has some of the world’s most […]