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Law and Globalization from Below. Towards a Cosmopolitan Legality

Cambridge Studies in Law and Society (2005)
Organizado por Boaventura de Sousa Santos e César A. Rodríguez-Garavito

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1. Law, politics, and the subaltern in counter-hegemonic globalization Boaventura de Sousa Santos and César A. Rodríguez-Garavito;

Part I. Law and the Construction of a global economy of solidarity:

2.Beyond neoliberal governance: the world social forum as subaltern cosmopolitan Politics and legality, Boaventura de Sousa Santos;

3.Nike's law: the anti-sweatshop movement, transnational corporations, and the struggle over international labor rights in the Americas, César A. Rodríguez-Garavito;

4.Corporate social responsibility: a case of hegemony and counter-hegemony, Ronen Shamir;

5.Campaigning for life: building a new transnational solidarity in the face of HIV/AIDS and TRIPS, Heinz Klug;

6.Negotiating informality within formality: land and housing in the Texas Colonias, Jane E. Larson;

7.Local contact points at global divides: labor rights and immigrant rights as sites for cosmopolitanism legality, Fran Ansley;

Part II. Transnational Social Movements and the Reconstruction of Human Rights:

8.Limits of law in counter-hegemonic globalization: the Indian Supreme Court and the Narmada Valley struggle, Balakrishnan Rajagopal;

9.The movement of the landless (MST) and modalities of legal change in Brazil, Peter P. Houtzager;

10.Indigenous rights, transnational activism, and legal mobilization: the struggle of the U'wa people in Colombia, César A. Rodríguez-Garavito and Luis Carlos Arenas;

11.Defensive and oppositional counter-hegemonic uses of international law: from the International Criminal Court to the common heritage of humankind, José Manuel Pureza;

Part III. Law and Participatory Democracy: Between the Local and the Global:

12.Political and legal struggles over resources and democracy: experiences with gender budgeting in Tanzania, Mary Rusimbi and Marjorie Mbilinyi;

13.Two democracies, two legalities: participatory budgeting in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Boaventura de Sousa Santos;

14.Life, life world and life chances: vulnerability and survival in Indian constitutional law, Shiv Visvanathan and Chandrika Parmar;

15.Bottom-up environmental law and democracy in the risk society: Portuguese experiences in European context, João Arriscado Nunes, Marisa Matias and Susana Costa.

  Centro de Excelência - Processo de Avaliação de Unidades de Investigação do Ministério da Ciência e da Tecnologia, 2005
  CES Centro de Estudos Sociais