Monthly Archives: August 2012

Economic justice education – 1980s style

And while we’re talking about how to renew the public debate on economics (see last entry) I can’t resist posting this amazing video we’ve just found and digitalised for rerelease to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Mexico’s debt default … Continue reading

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How to renew the public debate on economics

I hadn’t seen this Carnegie Trust report when it first came out this summer, but it makes interesting reading for those of us who were previously engaged in the fight against the WTO as part of the Trade Justice Movement, … Continue reading

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Guardian piece on INGO split

Here’s the good piece by Mark Tran outlining the current divide between aid agencies and those who advocate a global justice perspective. Mark quotes extensively from the report of the Progressive Development Forum held onĀ 19 July (available in the previous … Continue reading

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Report of forum held on 19 July 2012

Here’s the report of the Progressive Development Forum held on 19 July 2012 in London. Attended by 50 senior staff and trustees from trade unions, NGOs and solidarity groups, it represented (in the words of one participant) “the first opportunity … Continue reading

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Starting up the site

This is an online space for people to share thoughts, links and comments on the international development discourse as currently practised in Britain. The site is designed to encourage critical reflection on the theme.

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