Global Justice: The Basics is a straightforward and engaging introduction to the theoretical study and practice of global justice. It examines the key political themes and philosophical debates at the heart of the subject, providing a clear outline of the field and exploring:
- the history of its development
- the current state of play
- its ongoing interdisciplinary development.
Using case studies from around the world which illustrate the importance of the debates at the heart of global justice, as well as activist campaigns for global justice, the book examines a wide range of theoretical debates from thinkers worldwide, making it ideal for those seeking a balanced introduction to global justice.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Why is global justice so far away?
- Theorizing Global Justice – from social justice to international justice
- Theorizing Global Justice – cosmopolitan thought
- Developmental routes to global justice
- Global justice in movement and practice
- Challenges from alternative visions of global justice