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, by Frontline

Potential of BRICS

By Jayati Ghosh

Despite their differences, its member-countries face some common challenges, which they could address by developing new, coordinated strategies.
Strange things happen in the world. Imagine the formation of a grouping of countries spread across the globe only for the simple reason that an (...)

, by Focus on the global south

Water Commons, Water Citizenship and Water Security

"(The) water crisis is largely our own making. It has resulted not from the natural limitations of the water supply or lack of financing and appropriate technologies, even though these are important factors, but rather from profound failures in water governance.” – UNDP on water governance
“What (...)

, by Dissident Voice (DV)

Social or Anti-Social Media?

By Frank Scott

"If we want to save life and humanity, we are obliged to end the capitalist system." Bolivian President Evo Morales
We hear and read that the economy is rebounding – again – and this during a multi billion dollar presidential campaign. Gee. Threats of more foreign wars are also unrelated to (...)

, por SARDA Maurício

Economia solidária como alternativa

A decisão do governo de erradicar a pobreza é mobilizadora para um amplo espectro do campo democrático e popular. Nesse sentido, a economia solidária permite que se supere a condição de miséria, evitando a transformação de miseráveis em trabalhadores que passarão a vivenciar a alienação e a exploração no (...)

, by Frontline

India’s Budget: Losing direction

By Jayati Ghosh

The Budget provides proof of the United Progressive Alliance government having forgotten the importance of its own “flagship schemes”.
BUDGET 2012-13 provides conclusive proof that the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government has lost its way. It has managed the remarkable feat of upsetting (...)

, par ESE

Rapport d’enquête sur le sablage au Bangladesh

Le rapport « Jeans mortels » sur la pratique du sablage dans le secteur textile au Bangladesh publié aujourd’hui, met les marques H&M, Diesel et Zara sous pression. Alors que ces dernières affirment ne plus recourir à la technique du sablage pour donner un aspect usé à la toile, l’enquête menée (...)

Dependência e Subdesenvolvimento

Editora Alameda, 2012, 246 paginas, R$ 33,60

Dependência e Subdesenvolvimento é uma reconstituição cuidadosa da interpretação de Celso Furtado sobre o caráter perverso do capitalismo contemporâneo e seus impactos devastadores sobre a periferia da economia mundial. O estudo de João Paulo Camargo Hadler coloca em evidência o impasse a que chega a (...)

, por DORIA Francisco Antônio

A política para os ricos por trás do tsunami monetário

Agência Carta Maior

Por trás do tsunami monetário existe uma opção de distribuição de renda a favor dos ricos. Ao contrário dos gastos fiscais, que usam empréstimos do setor privado e receita de senhoriagem para financiar o gasto público de infraestrutura e a favor dos menos afortunados, a política de expansão monetária em (...)

Spécial eau : Forum Alternatif Mondial de l’Eau, Marseille, du 14 au 17 mars 2012

Le Forum Alternatif Mondial de l’Eau (FAME) vient d’avoir lieu, et il a été l’occasion, pour les mouvements de la société civile, de proposer de véritables alternatives à la privatisation de l’eau prônée par le Conseil Mondial de l’Eau.
Voici quelques articles sur la thématique de la gouvernance de l’eau (...)

, par Autres Brésils

Très compétentes ou “filles de”, voilà les femmes du Nouveau Monde

Par Andrea Goldstein

Le Brésil n’est pas seulement gouverné par deux femmes, la présidente Dilma Roussef et Gleisi Hoffman, l’équivalent de notre Premier Ministre, on retrouve aussi une femme à la tête de l’entreprise la plus importante du pays, Petrobras. Malgré cela, le Brésil se situe au 82ème rang mondial en termes de (...)

, por Social Watch

Bolivia: Modelo agroexportador y hegemonía de Santa Cruz se consolidan

En el lustro 2006-2010, las políticas de producción agrícola y de tierras de Bolivia no lograron cambiar el modelo latifundista y agroexportador dominado por grandes empresas predominante en periodos anteriores, estimó el Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Laboral y Agrario (Cedla), punto focal (...)

, by Forum for a new World Governance (FnWG)

A new historical moment ?

By Nicola Bullard

We are facing a cynical response from the elites concerning the ecological and economic crises. What is being sold to us as green economy is nothing but an attempt to have a new round of expansion of capitalism. It is an extension of neoliberalism, a new green Washington consensus, attempting (...)

, by OpenDemocracy

Reclaiming ’common sense’: new pamphlet is a rallying cry to the 99%

By Guy Aitchison

Today marks the launch of OurKingdom’s version of ‘Common Sense’, a new ebook by Dan Hind about the Occupy movement and deliberative politics. We are publishing the pamphlet in partnership with Myriad Editions and the New Left Project ↑ , who have brought out their own editions. Below, Guy (...)

, por Social Watch

Medición de la inequidad : el Índice de Equidad de Género2012

El Índice de Equidad de Género (IEG) mide la brecha entre hombres y mujeres en educación, actividad económica y empoderamiento político. Social Watch calcula un valor de la brecha de género para cada una de las tres áreas, en una escala del 0 (cuando, por ejemplo, ninguna mujer recibe educación pero (...)

, por Tierramérica

Mujeres se apoderan de la bicicleta

Por Pamela Sepúlveda

Deslizarse en bicicleta requiere equilibrio, confianza y autocontrol, atributos necesarios para que las mujeres se apropien del espacio público, proclama un grupo de ciclistas feministas de la capital chilena.
¿Qué tienen que ver los derechos de las mujeres con pedalear sobre dos ruedas? La (...)

, by SACSIS

Rio+20: Furthering Sustainable Development or Greenwashing the Global Economy?

By Michelle Pressend

In June this year, the United Nations Conference of Environment and Development (UNCED) popularly known, as the Rio Earth Summit will commemorate 20 years. It was originally held in Brazil in 1992. You may recall that in 2002, South Africa hosted the World Summit on Sustainable Development (...)