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The book gives an excellent overview of the values, motives and political strategies of the global justice movement. It is a very timely book and a particularly valuable contribution to the academic debate on global justice as it takes it one step further by including the actual, political work on justice beyond the state into academic research on the topic. It will therefore be of interest to activists and scholars alike and an interesting read to graduate students interested in globalisation studies, transnational social movements and IPT (International Political Theory).
Justice Globalism could easily be used by academics in courses on globalization in programs ranging from Geography or Gender Studies to Economics or Anthropology, and would serve as a great primer for early career activists. In this way, its clear organization is very helpful. For the GJM organizations the authors studied and others, this book should serve as a valuable tool for understanding their movement and for building coalitions based on the ideas presented.
The book is a very valuable contribution to the debate, and should not be missing from any reading list for an advanced globalisation studies class at universities and also at government, corporate and NGO staff training centres. For students and researchers in related fields including ‘liberation theology’, this slender volume is compulsory and worthy reading.
The unprecedented social, financial, and ecological crises we face today have generated calls for a paradigm shift even from elites.
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