Salimah Valiani's insightful Rethinking Unequal Exchange deploys a feminist, world-systems approach to the question: how do we understand the international migration of caring labour?
Khrushchev famously predicted that communism would bury capitalism. But instead that job is now in the hands of capitalists themselves -- in the hands of neo-liberal madmen.
Everyone, not just the rioters, should be held to account, with the richest abusers of our world and society being put on trial for crimes against humanity as well as for crimes against nature.
If the federal government adopts an austerity budget in the spring, as all signs suggest Flaherty intends to do, it will slow the economy further, and make things worse for Canadians.
The U.S. exported financial deregulation, promising it to be the epitome of the new capitalism that would offer the world economic salvation. The result is a banking, moral and environmental crisis.
As Eire is finding out, there is no place in the financial markets for empathy. Speculators smell out an economy that is weakening and attack -- and Ireland will suffer for decades to come.
Jun 20, 2010
Between 29th and 33rd Ave.Vancouver
Canada49° 14' 31.7436" N, 123° 9' 23.4576" W
Join us on June 20th at Vancouver's contribution to At The Table, the international campaign to ensure issues that matter are on the table at the G8/G20 Talks in Toronto.
The United Nations declared the 1960s the first development decade. This should be the decade of democracy, without which there can be no human development.
Workers Uniting, the world’s first global union, is celebrating a major victory in a Bangladesh factory that formerly beat workers and forced them to work seven days a week.