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Financial Risks and Social Justice – Three Perspectives

Teppo Eskelinen

nevertheless considerably difficult to show analytically why is this situation unjust: what are the principles of justice which have been violated in these processes? In popular discourse, the ‘currency’ of social justice and especially distributive justice

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Exchange and Social Justice

Neil Hibbert

This paper examines the prospects for social justice in a democratic community that is justified through the idea of contractual exchange as a cooperative scheme for mutual advantage. Common assumptions concerning the narrow institutional range of the mutual advantage framework are argued against, clearing away certain tensions between exchange and markets and equality and the welfare state. However, it is maintained that the principle of equality must further condition institutional formation beyond efficiency to satisfy the requirements of social justice. It is further advanced that the interest-based motivation in the idea of efficient exchange can be maintained in an egalitarian framework, when the shared interests and expectations of citizenship constitute an equal political baseline, from which universal social entitlement can be justified.

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Social Justice through Enterprises

The End of the 1972/1973 Conjuncture? A Legal Perspective

Hagen Henrÿ

The article begins with reported data on social and economic imbalances and their negative effects on sustainable development. The state, the social partners, and enterprises such as cooperatives formerly organized democratic participation as the central mechanism through which social justice regenerates. Globalization makes them inoperative. That is why we have to reconsider the role of enterprises in general. Their responsibilities under the Global Compact and similar measures are not sufficient, unless they are made legally binding and are complemented by laws that link their structure to the aspects of sustainable development. The article singles out cooperatives and points to their features being approximated through legislation with the features of capitalistic companies, which negatively affects their sustainable development performance. The article concludes with remarks on the challenges for legislators, not least the outdated notion of competitiveness and a radically changing concept of enterprise.

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Intersectional Feminism and Social Justice in Teen Vogue

Shara Crookston and Monica Klonowski

, making her, at the age of 29, the youngest editor-in-chief in Conde’ Nast's history and only the second African-American one ( Parkinson 2016 ). Under Welteroth's tutelage, the magazine garnered attention for focusing on political and social justice

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Mobilizing a Social Justice Agenda

Claudia Mitchell

gender equal. On 3 June, the long-awaited report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) in Canada was released, with its 231 recommendations or calls for social justice to address what is now acknowledged as

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Justice as Non-maleficence

Vittorio Bufacchi

In his highly influential book Theories of Justice, Brian Barry (1989) argues that in John Rawls's account of justice as fairness there is not just one but two distinct and irreconcilable ideas of social justice: the first one arises from a

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Borders and justice

A postscript

Mary Bosworth

. Back in the late 1980s, UWA did not offer sociology or criminology, and to a teenager interested in social justice and contemporary Australia, anthropology was the obvious subject to study. Eventually, I narrowed to a single honors course, seduced both

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Speaking Out for Social Justice

The Problems and Possibilities of US Women's Prison and Jail Writing Workshops

Tobi Jacobi

Through community-based literacy work, writing teachers can encourage the development of prison narratives that counter social and media-driven stereotypes of prisoner identity. Such work thus situates writing workshops and other literacy-inspired programming for women as part of the emergent US prison abolition movement. This is a complicated equation to work through, however, given the sometimes competing sponsors of such literacy work and its reception within and beyond institutional contexts. This essay suggests that a nuanced reading of prison literacy programmes and their sponsors is necessary for contemporary educators interested in contributing to both educational prison programmes and the abolition movement. In order to explore such challenges and to illustrate individual and public tactics for emergent social justice, this essay offers sample texts and commentaries from the SpeakOut! women's writing workshop in the western US as a starting point for a larger consideration of the complexities that literacy educators confront when designing and facilitating such programmes.

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Equity and social justice for whom and by whom in contemporary Swedish higher and adult education

Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, Giulia Messina Dahlberg, and Sylvi Vigmo

-off from the intersections of these projects, each of which focuses primarily upon one named group that is generally identified as being ‘peripheral’. In both projects, issues of equity and social justice in contemporary Sweden are centre-stage. Taking as

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Sacred Spaces and Civic Action

Topographies of Pluralism in Russia

Melissa L. Caldwell

performance was better suited to other, non-sacred spaces such as a theater or gallery (see Bernstein 2013: 223 ). 4 In and of themselves, neither Pussy Riot's critique nor their appropriation of symbolically charged space was new. Social justice concerns