Naidoo, Prishani | South Africa
Robert Naiman is a D.C.-based policy analyst. He has done research on globalization issues for Public Citizen`s Global Trade Watch and the Preamble Center. His primary preoccupation is building the anti-intervention movement against the economic imperialism of the United States, including efforts to limit and reduce the power of the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the World Trade O...
Namala, Annie | India
I am a social activist engaged for the past two decades with Dalit community organisations and campaigns in India. A large part of my time had been hitherto working on issues of discrimination and human rights violations. Currently i am beginning to work on issues of exclusion and policy interventions for inclusive growth and development. I am currently with an organisation called 'Centre for E...
Neamtan, Nancy | Quebec
Mrs. Neamtan is President/Executive Director of the Chantier de lâ€™Ã©conomie sociale, a non-profit organisation administered by 32 representatives of various networks of social Â economy enterprises (cooperatives and non-profits), local development organisations and social movements. The mission of the Chantier de lâ€™Ã©conomie sociale, a Quebec-wide organisation that emerged from the Quebec S...
Nembhardt, Jessica gordon | United States
JESSICA GORDON NEMBHARD is currently a visiting scholar in the Economics Departmentâ€™s Center on Race and Wealth at Howard University, and Master Teacher at the Centerâ€™s Summer Institute on Race and Wealth. She has also been a visiting scholar at the Centre for the Study of Cooperatives at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, and is a research affiliate for that Centreâ€™s â€œLinking, L...
Ngwane, Trevor | South Africa
Trevor Ngwane is an activist for human and political rights. He was active in the struggle against apartheid and continues the light in post-apartheid society. He has previously worked as a Sociology lecturer at Wits University where he helped found the Wits Workers' School, a project to teach literacy to the cleaners and gardeners working on campus. He worked for a while as the national educat...
NOT Waiting for Superman,
Novitch, Misty | United States
I am a 22-year-old Emory undergraduate student majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies which was inspired by my learning about Complementary Holism and Participatory Society. Although my goal is to go into international human rights law and help bring about the consistent, universal prioritization of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), what I want to focus on are connections - where...
Nunes, Rodrigo | Brazil
Rodrigo Nunes, Brazilian, has lived for the last decade between Brazil and the UK, where he acquired a PhD in philosophy from Goldsmiths College, University of London. In this period, he has been involved (as organiser and popular educator) in various projects and initiatives such as the organisation of the first editions of the World Social Forum, the Justice for Cleaners campaign, and the Fra...
Ó Tuathail, Micheál | Canada
Derrick O'Keefe is the co-chair of the Canadian Peace Alliance, the country's largest network of anti-war groups, and a coordinating member of the Vancouver StopWar.ca Coalition. He is the co-writer of Afghan MP Malalai Joya's political memoir, A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice, and the author of the forthcoming book Michael Ignatieff: The...
O'Rourke, Jacqueline | Canada
Ollman, Bertell | United States
Bertell Ollman (born 1936 in Milwaukee) is a professor of politics at New York University. He teaches both dialectical methodology and socialist theory. He is the author of several academic works relating to Marxisttheory (see 'Works' below). Ollman attended the University of Wisconsin, receiving a BA in political science in 1956 and an MA in political science in 1...
Ortellado, Pablo | Brazil
I am Pablo Ortellado, 35, Brazilian, teaching Public Policy at the University of Sí£o Paulo. I am involved with free culture activism in Brazil and have been earlier involved with 'anti-globalization' activism in the People's Global Action network and media activism in the Independent Media Center network. I hope 'Reimagining Society' can be a forum for systematizing views and stra...
Osbudun, Sibel | Turkey
Marxist activist, anthropologist. Born in 1956 in Istanbul, Turkey. Actually teaching anthropology at Hacettepe University, Ankara. Author of many books.
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