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The Democratic Memory Act: Spain tackles its past once again

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25 July 2021
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Sagrada Família, Barcelona, Spain - © alevision.co/Unsplash

Countries choose different paths when reckoning with painful and contested histories. Spain is currently at an inflection point that could change how it handles the legacy of its still divisive past with the proposed Democratic Memory Act.

Aspen Brooks

Aspen Brooks is a dual degree Master’s candidate at University of London SOAS (MSc in Politics of Conflict, Rights, & Justice) and Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe (MA in International Affairs). She holds a BA in International Relations and Spanish from Linfield University. Her research interests include human rights, transitional justice, language, and education. When she’s not working as a research assistant for the Institute for Comparative Federalism at Eurac Research, you can find her working at a local winery in Seattle, embroidering, or reading!

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https://doi.org/10.57708/b48910115
Brooks, A. The Democratic Memory Act: Spain tackles its past once again. https://doi.org/10.57708/B48910115

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