New Internationalist

Equality

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Tales of the unexpected

For all their faults, co-ops are more widespread and active than you might imagine. If economic democracy has anything to do with it, argues David Ransom, there will even more of them in future.

Filed in: Co-operatives Democracy Equality

  • June 1, 2004
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Equality's Progress

It’s been a tough time for equality. But is it really ‘an endangered species’, as some have suggested? Vanessa Baird takes stock.

Filed in: Equality Human Rights

Gem in a world of rocks

What the co-op movement can do for equality, by Costa Rica’s former President and Nobel Prize winner Oscar Arias Sánchez.

Filed in: Co-operatives Equality Fair Trade Trade Work

Another coinage

Jeremy Seabrook counts the emotional costs to migrant labour in a globalized world.

Filed in: Equality Globalization Migration Poverty Senegal Wealth

Do we really want equality?

Writer and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips asks some tricky questions.

Filed in: Equality Psychology

A few thoughts on equality

Diverse theories at a glance.

Filed in: Equality

  • February 1, 2004
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Measures of Equality - The Facts

Equality - and its opposite - cannot be measured in numbers and calculations alone. Nevertheless the statistics can be quite revealing.

Filed in: Equality

  • February 1, 2004
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The self I will never know

Genital mutilation of intersex children occurs on a daily basis. Esther Morris explains why it must stop – and why intersex needs to become the ‘gay rights’ of the 21st century.

Filed in: Equality

Each in their place

There’s caste and there’s class. And in some places the two intertwine. Mari Marcel Thekaekara writes from India, where the struggle for Dalit rights is gathering strength.

Filed in: Class Equality India

I was born white

Mark Minchinton undertakes a journey back to his – and his country’s – Aboriginal roots.

Filed in: Australia Equality Indigenous Peoples Race

  • February 1, 2004
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