Driven by concerns about climate crisis, the GND has also become a rallying cry for those who seek radical and urgent action to combat rising levels of inequality, racial injustice, as well as the rise of corporate power. Establishing targets, while important, are clearly not enough.
These same policies have increased inequality, injustice, and precariousness all over the world. The need for a radical change in policy is today indisputable.
This realization has sparked a growing movement of unions and other allies that see the need to extend public ownership and democratic control over key economic sectors—such as energy, finance, and transportation—in order to ensure that the world has a fighting chance of addressing the climate emergency in ways that advance social and economic justice and equality. Registration will begin at a.
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She shared a qualitative comparison of US tax codes and those of the Basque region in Spain as ways and reasons we have such difficult uptake of just and equitable economic development in the US. The information she shared offered a perspective we can use when trying to understand and advocate for policies and taxation that encourages stronger communities and better businesses. Many thanks to Sofia for generating such a fruitful discussion and opportunity for a shared thinking.
More to come! Bhargava brings more than 25 years of experience in public policy, campaign building, social justice advocacy, and non-profit management. As a long-time non-profit leader and social justice campaigner, I look forward to contributing to this growing community of thinkers and doers, and to helping to develop the people and ideas that will power a new era of social change.
A veteran foreign correspondent, Murphy has covered stories for the AP in more than 40 countries, including the Rwanda genocide , the Balkan conflicts and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. His coverage of religion has included major events such as the death of Pope John Paul II and investigative reports on radical Islam and the rise of Christianity in Africa.
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