Lindsey Collins* argues that globalisation is transforming the way we produce and consume art and culture, but that they still remain an important part of our resistance to capitalism.
Salim Vally* and Yasmin Sooka* argue that Edward Said’s unswerving commitment to the Palestinian struggle for dignity and justice was located within a much greater struggle for a truly universal and humanist vision,
Modiehi Khuele* reports on Annual Globalisation School hosted by ILRIG in September this year.
Nerisha Baldevu* reports on the Anti-War Coalition Cultural Day.
Statement from reparations workshop of 18 and 19 July 2003 held in Johannesburg, South Africa. This gathering of Jubilee South Africa, together with partners of the popular movements and other organisations of civil society, meeting at Technikon SA from 18 to 19 July 2003, believes:
A summary of key decisions Compiled by Jubilee SA*
Library Gardens (between Market & President Streets)