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Current Publications


Vivir Bien: Old Cosmovisions and New Paradigms
Essay

Vivir Bien: Old Cosmovisions and New Paradigms

With roots in traditional Andean cultures, Vivir Bien offers a compelling alternative development path. But without a focus on self-determination from below and cross-movement collaboration, it risks being coopted by those in power.
Roundtable on Vivir Bien
Roundtable

Roundtable on Vivir Bien

An exchange on “Vivir Bien: Old Cosmovisions and New Paradigms,” with a response from the author. Featuring David Barkin, Adrian Beling, Ana Estefanía Carballo, Eduardo Gudynas, Holly Hanson, Aaron Karp, Helena Norberg-Hodge, and Neera Singh.
Farewell to Development
Interview

Farewell to Development

The alter-globalization mantra of “a world where many worlds fit” has inspired new organizing and thinking across Latin America. Leading “post-development” theorist Arturo Escobar surveys this fight for pluralism and justice.

Recent


  • The Fight for a New Economy

    Stewart Wallis

    December 2017

    The Fight for a New Economy
    It becomes clearer every day that our economy is failing to serve people and planet. Stewart Wallis, former executive director of the New Economics Foundation, describes a new economy and new efforts to galvanize it.

  • How Do We Get There? The Problem of Action

    Paul Raskin

    December 2017

    How Do We Get There? The Problem of Action
    A systemic transformation will take a systemic movement. But what would such a Global Citizens Movement look like, and how can we foster its emergence?

  • Roundtable on 'The Problem of Action'

    December 2017

    Roundtable on 'The Problem of Action'
    An exchange on “How Do We Get There? The Problem of Action,” with a response from the author. Featuring Kavita Byrd, John Foran, Herman Greene, Candido Grzybowski, Michael Karlberg, Debbie Kasper, Roz Savage, Roberto Savio, Bruce Schuman, Mimi Stokes, Sandra Waddock, and John Wood.

  • Global Government Revisited: From Utopian Dream to Political Imperative

    Luis Cabrera

    October 2017

    Global Government Revisited: From Utopian Dream to Political Imperative
    Ensuring economic and civil rights for all requires much deeper regional and global political integration—and ultimately a democratic world government.

Forthcoming


  • Human Rights in a Great Transition


  • Feminism and System Change


  • A 21st century labor movement