Serge Halimi writes for le Monde diplomatique (www.mondediplo.com) and is the author of Le Grand Bond en Arrière: Comment l\'ordre libéral s\'est imposé au monde (The Great Leap Backward: How the liberal order was imposed on the world)
Hall-jones, Peter | France
Hanssen, Rolv rynning | Norway
For the moment seconded to Public Services International from Norwegian Union of Municipal and General Employees.Â Working on issues of quality public services as a tool to prevent and fight back on all forms of privatisation. Working as an trade union officers since 1996, before that as a local rep at a municipal bus company in Norway.Â Elected leader of the local federation in my district (...
Marta Harnecker is a sociologist, political scientist, journalist and activist. After studying with Louis Althusser in Paris she returned to her native Chile, but was forced into exile following the military coup against Salvador Allende’s government. In Cuba she ran the research institute Memoria Popular Latinoamerica (MEPLA) and continues to write. She has published over 60 books...
Harrison, Thomas | United States
Co-director of the Campaign for Peace and Democracy; member of the editorial board of the journal, New Politics.
Betsy Hartmann writes fiction and non-fiction about important national and global issues. Her latest novel Deadly Election is a political thriller about a right-wing administration in Washington intent on suspending civil liberties and democratic elections. Her previous thriller The Truth about Fire explores the link between the Far Right, domestic terrorism and ...
Hartzog, Paul b. | United States
Paul B. Hartzog is an independent scholar and developer, and one of the coiners of the word "panarchy," He has a Masters Degree in Globalization and Environmental Politics, and his seminal paper "Panarchy: Governance in the Network Age" is available online. Panarchy is a description of the future that hybridizes complex systems, networks, political philosophy, social theory,...
Hashmi, Shabnam | India
A social activist, a rebel, an organiser and a person who has generated ideas for thousands of creative campaigns and implemented them at the local as well as national level. Shabnam Hashmi has been working as a social activist for more than 25 years. She started her activismÂ from 1981 she has spent most of her time in combating communal and fundamentalist forces in India. After the Gujarat ca...
Amira Hass (Hebrew: ????? ??; born 1956) is a prominent left-wing Israeli journalist and author, mostly known for her columns in the daily newspaper Ha'aretz. She is particularly recognized for her reporting on Palestinian affairs in the West Bank and Gaza, where she has also lived for a number of years. The daughter of two&n...
Hawkins, Howie | United States
Howie Hawkins has been active in movements for peace, justice, and the environment since the late 1960s. He co-founded the US Green Party in 1984. After attending Dartmouth College, Hawkins has worked as a carpenter, a developer of cooperative businesses, and a truck unloader. He is a member of Teamsters Local 317 and lives on the South Side. His articles on politics and economics have ap...
Hayden, Tom | United States
After forty years of activism, politics and writing, Tom Hayden still is a leading voice for ending the war in Iraq, erasing sweatshops, saving the environment, and reforming politics through greater citizen participation. Currently he is writing and advocating for US Congressional hearings on exiting Iraq. This year he drafted and lobbied successfully for Los Angeles and San Francisco ordinanc...
Heller, Chaia | United States
Chaia Heller has been a leading light in the “academic” fields of social ecology and “ecofeminism” with ISE for nearly 15 years, though she has yet to acquire a doctorate. Among her notable works: the essays “Eco-cide in Women’s Bodies” and “McDonalds, MTV, and Monsanto: Resisting Biotechnology in the Age of Informational Capital,” and an ...
Doug Henwood, editor and publisher of Left Business Observer, got his B.A. in English from Yale in 1975. At Yale, Henwood was briefly a conservative and a member of the Party of the Right, which maneuvered his election as Secretary of the Political Union, but he quickly came to his senses. From 1976-79, Henwood did graduate work in English at the University of Virginia, concentrating on British...
Hepburn, John | Australia
John is an activist who lives on the east coast of Australia. For the past five years he has worked with Greenpeace Australia Pacific, co-ordinating the genetic engineering campaign and more recently the Australian climate change campaign. He has been actively involved in the global justice movement for over a decade, co-founding several worker run co-ops, including the Reverse Garbage re-use c...
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