The global justice movement is a network or constellation of globalized social movements opposing what is often known as the “corporate globalization” and promoting equal distribution of economic resources.
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... The global justice movement claims to place a significant emphasis on transnational solidarity uniting activists in the global South and global North ... largely organized via Northern donors and their NGOs and that popular organizations in the global South are systematically marginalized or included in a deeply ... For this reason many grassroots movements in the South boycott the forum and the NGOs that gate-keep representation at the forum or, in some instance, actively oppose ...
... The tax then became an issue of the global justice movement or alter-globalization movement and a matter of discussion not only in academic institutions but even in streets and in ... independent radio network Radio Popolare in July 2001 James Tobin distanced himself from the global justice movement ... James Tobin distanced himself from the global justice movement also in an interview given to Der Spiegel in 2001, and continued to state the validity of his proposal, I have ...
... Around year 2000, the word started being used in its English usage by some global justice movement (sometimes identified with antiglobalization) activists (Marches Européennes contre le chômage la précarité et ... In 2001 the Italian collectives and networks identifying with the global justice movement, as they were preparing for the Genoa counter-summit just months away, inaugurated in ... By 2003, the event had grown exponentially in size, and Catalan global justice activists participated as non-neutral observers ...
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