Global Citizens: Social Movements and the Challenge of Globalization

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Zed Books, 6 .. 2005 - 224 ˹
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The dawn of the twenty first century has been accompanied by an upsurge of anti-capitalist campaigning, challenging the very basis of the New World Economic order. This book sets out to explore the lessons from these experiences of social mobilization. How can non-governmental organizations, community based organizations and the labor and trade union movement develop effective campaigning alliances--without becoming institutionalized and incorporated themselves? How can they balance immediate gains and longer term strategies for transformation? How can they gain media attention without losing control of the message? And how can social movements develop organizational forms that are genuinely representative and democratically accountable, globally? Mayo explores these questions through case studies, and concludes with lessons for building global challenges to neo-liberal agendas and developing more transformative approaches.
 

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developing alternative strategies
13
the state the market
34
competing approaches
53
alternatives or allies?
73
challenges
93
a case in point 98 Drawing
100
the Landless
111
experiences and networking internationally 114 Peopleto
128
the Global Campaign for Education
153
mobilizing for debt relief
172
building social movements for peace
193
Index
218
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Marjorie Mayo is head of professional and community education at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

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