Working closely and actively with social movements in the region is a relevant effort given the challenging need to push for processes of structural and systemic transformation of democracies in Latin America.
From 2019 to 2021, Latin America was characterized by a multitude of movements and protests in various countries of the region, such as Chile, Peru, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and Guatemala, among others. Citizens actively organized themselves at times of major upheaval and instability to demand solutions.
For Pulsante, citizen participation at different levels and in different processes, in a digital and/or physical setting, contributes to more accessible, inclusive and open civic processes in Latin America. New democratic models are possible through coordination between different parties, and social changes emerge collectively.