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A social justice movement cannot
always play by the rules, but has to call
upon its members and supporters to
make their voices heard — publicly
Just as the sources of the crises confronting
us are connected, so too must be the
solutions we bring forward and
demand be implemented.
Only when the horrible scenes from Gaza started to appear on Western TV screens, did world public opinion gradually begin to change.
As long as you’re thinking about sustainable and local food, let’s talk about sustainable labor conditions too, because you’re never going to have a sustainable food system without sustainable labor conditions.
A rising movement states that true development lies beyond growth and efficiency and should instead enable dignified lives.
The money transfer industry is largely unregulated, and extracts wealth from the most economically marginalized communities all over the world.
Mode 4 will produce migrant labor on a huge scale, and give corporations and compliant governments the freedom to exploit it without regulation or limits.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs