Another World is Necessary: Human Rights, Environmental Rights, and Popular Democracy | Rowman & Littlefield
Another World is Necessary: Human Rights, Environmental Rights, and Popular Democracy
A better world is necessary, but also possible. A crucial point of departure for the book series is that neoliberalism is imperiling humans, their societies, and the environments upon which they depend. Yet there are powerful countervailing forces. These forces include human rights and environmental movements, as well as movements for fair trade, a world parliament, redistribution of land and resources, alternative energy sources, and sustainability. Another development has been the proliferation of forms of popular democracy, including social forums, e-governance, direct democracy, and worker self-management. Keeping these concrete developments in our social and political lives in mind, books in this series will go beyond critique to analyze and propose alternatives, particularly focusing on human rights, environmental rights, collective goods, and popular democracy.

Editor(s): Kenneth Gould
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