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The new article "Economics and climate emergency", written by Barry Gills and Jamie Morgan, is free available.In this essay authors provide introductory comment for the collection of essays on Economics and Climate Emergency.The purpose of this collection of essays in Globalizations  is to critically address the relationship between economics, especially mainstream economics, though with ...
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It is available the full video of 'Reclaiming Democracy from Below: from the Contemporary State Capitalist System to People's Sovereignty'.People’s Sovereignty Network (PSN)  held this session within the online Symposium that EXALT (Global Extractivisms and Alternatives Initiative) organized on October 21-23, 2020.
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The report released by Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Mechanism is "Gender, Covid-19 and Food Systems: impacts, community responses and feminist policy demands".The report summarizes research around the impacts of the Covid-19 crisis on women in and across the constituencies and regions of the CSM. It reports also acts of mutual aid and solidarity, as well as negative impacts ...
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Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples Mechanism (Csm) issued new report about Covid_19 impact."Voices from the ground: from Covid_19 to radical transformation of our food systems" presents the experiences and concerns of millions of small-scale food producers, workers, consumers, women and youth represented in the organizations that participate in the CSM.From the ...
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EXALT (Global Extractivisms and Alternatives Initiative) will hold an online Symposium on October 21-23, 2020. There will be seven sessions covering different aspects of global extractivisms and alternatives.Thursday 22nd of October, at 16.00-18.00 (EEST), People’s Sovereignty Network (PSN) will hold the session: 'Reclaiming Democracy from Below: from the ...
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Democracy and the struggles for rights are a common ground for activists all over the world. Feminists in the Basque country and Kenya, indigenous peoples in Central America and the Andes, workers in the Philippines and Indonesia, defenders of environment in South Africa, and peasants in Mexico and Brazil - among others –share their diverse struggles and perspectives in these conversations ...
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This Special Forum of Globalizations co-edited by Nora McKeon and Gonzalo Berrón grows from a collective effort to assess the deep changes underway in the world in a dialogue between specific struggles on the ground to defend rights and territories and the dynamics of the global trends that impact on them all. Behind what can look like fragmented battles and constructions, we ...
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This workshop, organized by the People´s Sovereignty network, aims at sharing the experiences of social movement and civil society activists from different regions of the world who are struggling to defend their rights and sovereignty over their territories and lives. All over the world, financial capitalism and extractivism are appropriating land as if it was nothing more than a commodity, ...
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Barry Gills, professor of Development Studies at the University of Helsinki, founding editor of Globalizations and member of the People's Sovereignty Network talks to XR Finland about radicalism, world systems and deep restoration. XR Finland's new interview series Rethinking is about looking into the future and rethinking the responses to current climate and ecological crises with interesting ...
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More and more people and communities all around the world are now painfully aware of the devastating reality that the COVID-19 pandemic accentuated — INEQUALITY. The disparities between the rich and the poor have become more pronounced that it begs each and every one of us to address it. While we are faced with these realities, we ask this question: Will we go back to this when this is ...
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