RC48 Roundtable I
Language: Spanish, French and English
Roundtables 1: Social Movements and Solidarity Economy
Session organizers: Jean-Louis LAVILLE
This roundtable aims at overcoming the division between social movements and solidarity economy and to analyze civil society initiatives’ hybridizing the two dimensions.
Roundtables 2: Against the Financial Greedlords
Session organizers: Helena FLAM
In this roundtable the main question is why social movements activities focused on financial capital, its institutions and its practices are comparatively speaking infrequent.
Roundtables 3: Women Protests for "Women Rights As Human Rights"*: Equality, Autonomy, Dignity, Democracy, Peace, Sustainability and Solidarity
Session organizers: Miri GAL-EZER
This roundtable is calling for papers dealing with women mobilizations, protests, and resistance in many fields of "women rights as human rights".
Roundtables 4: Institutionalizing Social Movements amidst Inequalities: From Contestation to Policy and Demobilization
Session organizer: Su-ming KHOO
This roundtable explores the institutionalization of radical/left social movements, considering the possibilities and pitfalls of political inclusion.
Roundtables 5: How the State Shapes Social Movements
Session organizers: Dominique CLEMENT, Howard RAMOS, Catherine CORRIGALL-BROWN
The papers in this roundtable are based on the primary deliverable of this team project: a digital public database that lists state grants to NGOs in Canada since 1960.
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