[WSMDiscuss] Movement struggles in the virus: new stories of activism from Interface
Laurence.Cox at mu.ie
Fri May 22 12:27:17 CEST 2020
Interface journal is publishing short pieces about social movements' struggles around the COVID-19 crisis, so we can learn from what each other is doing, find inspiration and hope, and think about the longer term.
We've just uploaded this week's batch of pieces at https://www.interfacejournal.net/:
* María José Ventura Alfaro, Feminist solidarity networks have multiplied since the COVID-19 outbreak in Mexico
* John Foran, EcoVista in the quintuple crisis
* Angela Chukunzira, Organising under curfew: perspectives from Kenya
* Arianna Tassinari, Riccardo Emilio Chesta and Lorenzo Cini, Labour conflicts over health and safety in the Italian Covid-19 crisis
* Non Una Di Meno - Roma, Life beyond the pandemic
* Silpa Satheesh, The pandemic does not stop the pollution in River Periyar
* Donatella della Porta, How progressive social movements can save democracy in pandemic times
* Johannah May Black, Sutapa Chattopadhyay and Riley Chisholm, Solidarity in times of social distancing: migrants, mutual aid, and COVID-19
And another 27 pieces from the last month including digital resistance in Iran, a Wuhan-based anti-domestic violence campaign, feminist challenges to tribalism in Pakistan, LGBTQ+ activism in Singapore, civil society struggles in Delhi, domestic workers' struggles in Brazil, NYC movement networks, Brazilian movement struggles (in Portuguese), anti-mining movements in Haiti (in French), movements in Toronto, US strikes, refugee solidarity in the W Balkans, Greek small farmers' resistance, struggles in Spain, a solidarity kitchen in Birmingham, Italian activists' powerlessness, activism for the needy in Germany, gig economy workers' activism in Britain, human rights movement-building, feminist degrowth organising, a study of citizen volunteerism, human rights issues, community supported agriculture in Italy and globally, and indigenous struggles in India during the virus.
More to come - and we're still looking for contributions for our upcoming special issue! Full details at https://www.interfacejournal.net/.
The Irish Buddhist: the Forgotten Monk who Faced Down the British Empire<https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-irish-buddhist-9780190073084?cc=us&lang=en&> with Alicia Turner and Brian Bocking, just out in ebook and hardcopy (30% off with code AAFLYG6)
Social movements in and beyond the COVID-19 crisis: Interface<https://interfacejournal.net/> journal special, always free
Social Movements/Activist Research<https://ceesa-ma.blogspot.com/2019/10/announcing-new-social-movementsactivist.html> book series for Pluto - proposals welcome
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