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"Crisis Breeds Opportunity for Worker Safety and Global Labor Rights"

Posted by Carnegie Council on July 31, 2014 at 1:19pm 0 Comments

Dhaka Savar Building Collapse

Savar Building (Rana Plaza) Collapse, Dhakar. CREDIT: rijans (CC)

The latest episode of Carnegie Council's Impact: Business Ethics podcast series features Judy Gearhart, Executive Director of the International Labor Rights Forum; Bill O'Rourke, former vice president of environment, health and safety at…


Time and Tide — and Twitter Trends — Wait for None

Posted by Diana Skelton on July 30, 2014 at 5:00am 2 Comments

The oppressed have been silenced and unheard for as long as oppression has existed. But the rapid changes in communications in…


Call for Applications: "Trajectories of Change"

Posted by Carnegie Council on July 21, 2014 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Trajectories of Change - Ph.D. Sholarships in Humanities and Social Sciences

Call for Applications

“Trajectories of Change”, Ph.D. Scholarships in Humanities and Social Sciences

 Focus 2014: A New Social Contract? Reshaping State and Society



Numerous countries in Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East as well as Central Asia experience increasing social conflicts and economic problems. In the recent years, mass protests have…


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global trends- Week one

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Partnering up to research online political activism in democratic policy-making process

Started by Zsuzsi Rabai. Last reply by John M Bunzl Jun 17. 1 Reply

Dear All, I am studying at the University of Amsterdam, finishing my masters in Political Science this June. I was wondering if anyone has studied online political activism in democratic policy-making process recently, and if so, would you be up for…Continue

Tags: European politics, online activism, online activists, activism, political science research




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