social justice

Aug 7, 2012

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in solidarity

Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a contestataire, a non-conformist, a rebel, a pre-revolutionary, whose remains were carried to the Pantheon in the aftermath of the French Revolution, to be buried a hero.
Jul 17, 2012

Quebec social movement's annual brainstorming

Pierre Beaudet
The last months have been intense in Quebec, but the news is, wait till to August. The "Maple spring" is likely to become a hot autumn. Join in discussion at the annual "popular university".
Jun 22, 2012
Theatre of the Oppressed Tree

Performance and protest

Holly Adams
A brief look at performance as protest, and a few of its many forms.
Jun 18, 2012

On strategic 'violent' resistance

Migrant Matters
Gord Hill, author of "500 Years of Indigenous Resistance," and Peter Gelderloos, author of "How Nonviolence Protects the State," talk about how strategic "violent" resistance can work.
Jun 13, 2012

Debt, reparations and a new form of power

How do we move from economies of indebtedness towards sustainable and socially just development? Northern, neoliberal, funding regulations have not produced a financially solvent form of development.
May 29, 2012

Social justice marches in Montreal

Tariq Jeeroburkhan
With over 200 000 citizen and student protesters in the streets of Montreal daily, it was time for my first ever video blog to report "why?".
May 11, 2012

Pivot Points Radio

Carolyn Wong interviews community researchers Surita Parashar and Valerie Nicholson on Pivot Points radio.
May 10, 2012
Quebec student strike protest. (Photo: Darren Ell)

'Rêve général illimité' in Quebec

Stefan Christoff
Politicians in Quebec are moving to place an increasing part of the economic burden of austerity on public institutions, while the students push for change in a 'rêve général illimité'.


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