Inclusion through Organization - Social Movements in the Global South As an Exercise of Self-Inclusion of the Excluded
This could be a way to understand social movements in the Global South. These movements often differ from the framework of social movement theory. Their organizations are based not only on protest or political engagement, but on the provision of services in their community. At the same time, they are the main pillars of some of the most influential social movements worldwide. This text will discuss how social movements in the Global South can be understood without the need to reduce their complexity to a degree where their everyday activity is invisibilized. Also, effects of the inclusion into society will be pointed out.