Globalization and Culture
Lynton, M. (2007, September 12).
Globalization and cultural diversity. [Blog post].
Muyale-Manenji, F. (1998).
The effects of globalization on culture in Africa in the eyes of an African woman.
Nwegbu, M., Eze, C. & Asogwa, B. (2011).
Globalization of cultural heritage: Issues, impacts, and inevitable challenges for Nigeria. Library Philosophy and Practice. (251K pdf)
Sairin, S. (2004).
The impact of globalization on Indonesian socio-cultural life. International Area Studies Review, 7(1), 145-158. (StFX only)
Bigg, T. (2002).
The World Summit on Sustainable Development: an assessment. London: IIED. This paper reports on the Johannesburg World Summit, the Global Deal and partnership between North and South.
Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN)
Fair Trade Federation strengthens and promotes North American organizations fully committed to fair trade.
GRAIN promotes sustainable management and use of agricultural biodiversity.
Halifax Initiative Coalition. (Ed.). (2010).
Fifteen years is enough - what's changed in the international financial system and its institutions, what hasn't and what needs to. Ottawa: Halifax Initiative Coalition.
Debt relief under the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative
IMF, World Bank. (2001).
Debt relief for poverty reduction: The role of the enhanced HIPC Initiative
International Campaign to Ban Landmines is a network of over 1400 NGOs in 90 countries.
KARAT Coalition advocates for women's human rights and social and economic justice.
Maquila Solidarity Network (MSN) is a labour and women's rights organization supporting workers in global supply chains.
New Internationalist is a magazine that deals with globalization issues.
NGOs and the UN, Global Policy Forum.
Perez, M., Schlesinger, S., & Wise, T. (2008).
The promise and perils of agricultural trade liberalization: Lessons from Latin America. Washington, DC: Washington Office on Latin America. Policy Report and Executive Summary available for download in English.
Sen, A. (2002).
How to judge globalism. The American Prospect, 13(1).
UBUNTU-World Forum of Civil Society Networks
World Watch Institute empowers decision makers to create an environmentally sustainable society that meets human needs.
Bolivia: Citizens, media excluded from Bechtel trial by World Bank Tribunal.