Citizenship and Social Movements Perspectives from the Global South
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Zed Books, Limited
Publication date: 1/14/2010
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Barbara Van Koppen is a Principal Researcher at the International Water Management Institute, South Africa.
|Abbreviations and acronyms|
|Introduction: mobilization and social movements in the South - the challenges of inclusive governance|
|Socio-economic rights and social movements|
|Social movements and rights claims: the case of action groups in the Niger Delta|
|Why do garment workers in Bangladesh fail to mobilize?|
|Mobilization through litigation: claiming health rights on asbestos issues in South Africa|
|Social movements and global development discourses|
|Water and rights: state management in South Africa and India|
|Environmental activism in Brazil: the rise of a social movement|
|The struggle towards rights and communitarian citizenship: the Zapatista movement in Mexico|
|Mobilization, social movements and inclusive governance|
|Participation, inclusion and development under conditions of social mobilization|
|Popular mobilization, party dominance and participatory governance in South Africa|
|Contesting development, reinventing democracy: grassroots social movements in India|
|Social mobilization in Cape Town: a tale of two communities|
|About the contributors|