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Holding Up Half the Sky

Global Narratives of Girls at Risk and Celebrity Philanthropy

Angharad Valdivia

Girls figure prominently as a symbol in global discourses of philanthropy. The use of girls from the Global South lends authority and legitimacy to Western savior neoliberal impulses, in which the logic of philanthropy shifts responsibility for

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Heather Wurtz and Olivia Wilkinson

the GCR through the lens of faith-based responses led by people, communities, and organizations situated in what is often referred to as the global South, while recognizing that this is a contested concept with many different perspectives about what

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Expat, Local, and Refugee

“Studying Up” the Global Division of Labor and Mobility in the Humanitarian Industry in Jordan

Reem Farah

from the global North to the global South. The article advances the study of North-South migration, an understudied migration flow, among north-centric migration scholarship, the field's narrow focus on South-North migration, and its increasing interest

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Girls with Disabilities in the Global South

Rethinking the Politics of Engagement

Xuan Thuy Nguyen

., this volume). Focusing on the context of Vietnam as part of the Global South, 1 in this article I demonstrate how participatory visual methods could be used to help us to understand disability experiences in ways that challenge the homogenization of

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Theodore Powers and Theodoros Rakopoulos

This introduction posits that austerity is an instantiation of structural adjustment programs (SAPs) and thus must be revisited in two ways, involving its historical and geographical rendering. First, anthropological accounts should think of austerity in the long term, providing encompassing genealogies of the concept rather than seeing it as breach to historical continuity. Second, the discipline should employ the comparative approach to bring together analyses of SAPs in the Global South and austerity measures in the Global North, providing a more comprehensive analysis of this phenomenon. We are interested in what austerity does to people’s temporal consciousness, and what such people do toward a policy process that impacts their lives. We find, in this comparative pursuit, instead of Foucauldian internalization, dissent and dissatisfaction.

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Pascah Mungwini

Global South and born out of the unique experiences of these peoples must be taken seriously in putting forward the vision of a new world of mutual recognition. Other Analytic Frameworks As with any disease, the first step toward a cure is the realisation

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Thomas D. Hall

Global South . Toronto: University of Toronto Press. I should note that I am not an expert in aquaculture. For assessments of substantive details on aquaculture, readers should consult other reviews. I am discussing these two books from several

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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Francesco Carella

percent of international migrants come from a country in the same region. 1 On the other hand, there is so much variety within the global South, and South-South migratory flows are so diverse, that one should be aware that these expressions are inevitably

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Boys and Education in the Global South

Emerging Vulnerabilities and New Opportunities for Promoting Changes in Gender Norms

Gary Barker, Ravi Verma, John Crownover, Marcio Segundo, Vanessa Fonseca, Juan Manuel Contreras, Brian Heilman, and Peter Pawlak

This article presents a review of global data on boys' education in the Global South and recent findings on the influence of boys' educational attainment on their attitudes and behaviors in terms of gender equality. The article also presents three examples—from Brazil, the Balkans, and India—on evaluated, school-based approaches for engaging boys and girls in reducing gender-based violence and promoting greater support for gender equality. Recommendations are provided for how to integrate such processes into the public education system in such a way that provides benefits for both boys and girls in a relational approach.

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Liliana L. Jubilut

, in the context of a debate on how to recenter the Global South in studies of migration, on how universities in Brazil and Latin America can be engaged in refugees’ and other migrants’ protection as well as to identify some examples of good practices