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The Plan to Split Democracies Into Tiny Economic Pieces

Click here to view original web page at newrepublic.com From start-up countries to gated communities, privately ruled zones can sidestep taxes, regulation,...

Bill 7: the no to more beds, no to better care act

Click here to view original web page at rabble.ca Bill 7 perversely incentivizes seeking hospital care as a means to jump ...

It’s Getting to Look a Lot like Degrowth: Part 1

Click here to view original web page at www.resilience.org This is the first post of a three part series on the existential problem of degrowth...

Hysteria About Chinese Political Interference Has Arrived in Canada

Click here to view original web page at jacobin.com Election-meddling paranoia has now crossed north of the forty-ninth parallel. For the last several weeks, Canadian...

Community, Belonging and the Polycrisis

Click here to view original web page at www.resilience.org Wherever I go and ask people what is missing from their lives,the most common answer (if...

To defend democracy, stand up for civil society

Click here to view original web page at www.accessnow.org This week, the second Summit for Democracy brought together over 120 national governments, civil society organizations,...

How Plastic Words Mask Reality

Click here to view original web page at thetyee.ca Plastic words such as energy, development and progress routinely pepper political speech. As the new Lego...

Official enemies: the media’s double standard on anonymous sources

Click here to view original web page at canadiandimension.com In two recent articles, the Globe and Mail unwittingly exposed its double standard on the use...

The Belmarsh Tribunals demand justice for Julian Assange

Click here to view original web page at rabble.ca While the Conservative-led U.K. government...

Doing anti-imperialist journalism while the world marches to war

Click here to view original web page at briarpatchmagazine.com When I published an article by Humber College professor Tyler Shipley explaining the historical context of...

Creeping civil society curbs threaten human rights in Europe in 2023

Click here to view original web page at euobserver.com Civil society organisations, including groups that work to protect human rights, are under growing threat in...

CCPA and 380+ civil society organizations urge governments at COP27 to quit the ISDS regime undermining sovereignty on climate

Click here to view original web page at policyalternatives.ca On November 15, the CCPA joined more than 380 civil society organizations from over 60 countries...

The oil industry’s Frankenstein

Click here to view original web page at briarpatchmagazine.com Amid the cacophony of conspiracies, claims, and controversies emanating from Canada’s Freedom Convoy in February, one...

Five Takeaways from the 2022 State of Civil Society Report

Click here to view original web page at www.ipsnews.net 2022 is halfway through. It’s clear this is a year of immense disruption, mayhem and contestation....

Canadians’ expectations post-pandemic: support for the poor, environmental protection, gain in importance

Click here to view original web page at angusreid.org Study canvasses views on social issues, representation in media, trust in justice system Canadians...

Neoliberalism’s Deep and Lasting Cuts: A Crisis of Democracy

Click here to view original web page at www.broadbentinstitute.ca The borders of history as an academic discipline have broadened to include the very recent past....
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