At the World Social Forum in Montreal earlier this year, the Fight Inequality Alliance held a very interesting interactive discussion on the dynamics and manifestations of inequality, existing struggles to fight rising inequality, and how to build this movement nationally and internationally.
Speech delivered at the opening plenary session of the 111th Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Washington State Convention Center, August 19, 2016
By Walden Bello
By Yasmin Ahammad
The sense of loss is great.
The loss of a country I thought I knew, the loss of a continental union, the potential loss of the United Kingdom as it currently exists. Almost six years living and working abroad in South-East Asia has done nothing to lessen the heartbreak of watching my country unravel.
10 March 2016
There's a better technology to just 'teaching a man to fish'. In Northern Malawi, women have been teaching men to cook; to allow women more time for harvest, more space to tell their stories, to challenge patriarchy & restructure society. Malnutrition is not just about economics, but about power too. The secret ingredient of the men & women of Northern Malawi? Organizing for gender equality. Watch & be inspired by Raj Patel's TedMed talk.
Sponsored by Focus on the Global South, Freedom from Debt Coalition, and UP Asian Center
Press release from the Global Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power. Photo by Joseph Purugganan.
July 10, 2015, Geneva – Dozens of organizations and social movements mobilized this week in Geneva to send a strong message to the United Nations Human Rights Council, to urge them to take action against corporate impunity. The negotiation of a binding instrument on Transnational Corporations (TNCs) and Human Rights is an unmatched opportunity to provide access to justice to victims of corporate human rights abuses.