Join the Kellogg Institute in commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Chilean plebiscite of October 5, 1988, which opened the way to a return to democracy in the country. It occurred after an innovative and historic campaign against all odds that was planned in part by fellows of the Kellogg Institute from its earliest years. Key leaders from both sides of the aisle will discuss the “NO” campaign, Chile’s remarkable transition back to democracy, and lessons from the past 30 years, particularly as they might apply to struggles in democracy facing various parts of the world today.
Senator of Chile
Executive President, Tironi Associates
Hewlett Fellow for Public Policy
Professor of Political Science and Hacket Family Director, Institute for Educational Initiatives
J. Samuel Valenzuela
Professor of Sociology, University of Notre Dame