Liberal Theory, Human Rights and Water-Justice: Back to Square One? (R. D’Souza)

Author Radha D’Souza Keywords Right to water, Human Rights, Global Justice Movements, Globalisation, Liberal Theory, Left ideology Abstract In the wake of the Fukuyama’s ‘end of history’: liberal theory’s triumph over its soviet/communist other, and the subsequent march of ‘globalisation’ and the ascendancy of neo-liberal ideology, this article interrogates the theoretical developments on the ‘Left’, […]

Liberal Theory, Human Rights and Water-Justice: Back to Square One? (R. D’Souza)

Author Radha D’Souza Keywords Right to water, Human Rights, Global Justice Movements, Globalisation, Liberal Theory, Left ideology Abstract In the wake of the Fukuyama’s ‘end of history’: liberal theory’s triumph over its soviet/communist other, and the subsequent march of ‘globalisation’ and the ascendancy of neo-liberal ideology, this article interrogates the theoretical developments on the ‘Left’, […]

Dangerous Intersections: Feminism, Population and Environment (J. Silliman & Y. King)

Editor(s) Jael Silliman and Ynestra King Keywords Population explosion, environmental degradation, economic development Abstract Dangerous Intersections provides a multicultural and international perspective on three major global problems: environmental degradation, economic development and the population ‘explosion‘. It presents crucial alternative voices and approaches to the short-sighted policies supported by the mainstream and NGOs alike – policies […]

Translantic Movements of Justice: A Story of Inspiration and Diversity (O.W. Pedersen)

Author Ole Windahl Pederson Keywords UK , environmental justice, NGOs, grassroots, civil rights Abstract This paper aims to analyze environmental justice in the United Kingdom (UK) in light of the achievements of the highly successful environmental justice movement in the United States. The paper describes how the various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and grassroots groups pursuing […]

Teaching and learning guide for: environmental justice (J. Sze, J. London)

Author Julie Sze and Jonathan London Keywords Environmental justice; environmental racism; urban; planning; public health; law; ethnic studies; public policy; social movements; environmental and social inequalities. Abstract Over the last 25 years, the environmental justice movement has emerged from its earliest focus on US social movements combating environmental racism to an influential global phenomenon. Environmental […]