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[Development has offered a complex and contradictory mix of constraints and opportunities, enabling and disabling conditions for feminist and women’s movements in Latin America and across the globe. It indirectly contributed to the emergence and expansion of women’s movements in the Global South...
[This work takes as its starting point a recurring question about the links between the fate of women and the development of (nowadays neoliberal) capitalism, which Hirata and Le Doaré in France were the first to call “the paradoxes of globalisation” (1998). Are we witnessing an improvement,...
[The financial crisis that surfaced in 2008 in the US financial sector became very rapidly an economic crisis that spread globally and affected many countries. It has become a major focus of attention and concern, particularly in Europe where it has been felt deeply — but also in the US and...
[Solidarity economy can be defined as all production, exchange, savings and consumption activities that contribute to the democratisation of the economy based on the commitments of citizens and focusing on the collective interest and solidarity rather than the search for profit. Various academic...
[In June 2013 I was in Vienna speaking on a panel “Vienna+20: Women’s rights at stake?!: Voices of international women’s rights activists”. The occasion was the twentieth anniversary of the UN Conference on Human Rights. Held in a chandeliered room in Viennese government offices, the event was...
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