Social rights were built under strongly C Level Contact List centralized institutions. But during the last decades of the 20th century , the territorial scheme began to change substantially. The quasi-monopoly of the nation-state is transformed to the benefit of a complex institutional framework and the still open process of social restructuring in space C Level Contact List breaks out. The simultaneous scenarios of Europeanization and decentralization implied a relevant change in the political geography of welfare: the old Keynesian Welfare State gave way to C Level Contact List multi-scalar networks. It is not a question of reproducing old hierarchical schemes, but of articulating scenarios of freely shared sovereignty, with relationships of interdependence and horizontality to address problems, manage conflicts and build agreements.
A good part of the emerging C Level Contact List challenges, from the climate emergency to organized crime, passing through the pandemic, require a leap in scale towards supra-state spheres. And it is here, in this global world of risk, where it is time to fight for Europe (and for Latin American integration). For a European Union with more C Level Contact List governance and policy-making capacities in the face of the States and their anachronistic reluctance to cede more power; for a fully democratic eu , whose integration revolves around civil, political and C Level Contact List social rights; by aue to act as a political subject on the international scene and work cooperatively and horizontally with all areas of proximity.
Globalization has unleashed feelings C Level Contact List of vulnerability and States have tended to respond with exclusive borders and authoritarian withdrawals. In this framework, the cities have promoted the opening of the democratic C Level Contact List gap. The municipalist alternative has been weaving: local governments as areas of C Level Contact List collective empowerment and reconstruction of rights. A local sphere is articulated with agendas connected to structural issues (inequalities, migrations, human rights, climate change).