RETHINKING SOLIDARITY IN GLOBAL SOCIETY

Sunday 18 April 2010, by MB // PUBLICATION

RETHINKING SOLIDARITY IN GLOBAL SOCIETY

The Challenge of Globalisation for Social and Solidarity Movements

50 Years after Bandung Asian African Conference 1955

Editor: Darwis Khudori

CONTENT

  • Foreword for the second edition (by the Editor / Darwis Khudori)
  • Foreword (by the Editor / Darwis Khudori)
  • Introduction (by the Editor / Darwis Khudori)

Hersri Setiawan (Indonesia)

  • Learning from History: “The Bandung Spirit”

AIPSO (India)

  • We Owe a Lot to Bandung

Norman Mlambo (South Africa/Zimbabwe)

  • Lions and Tigers: an Appraisal of African-Asian Socio-economic Relations

Bernard Founou-Tchuigoua (Cameroun/Senegal)

  • Solidarity of Afro Asian Peoples against Terror and the Empire of Chaos

Nirmal Kumar Chandra (India)

  • Economics of Bandung - Then and Now

Bernadette Andreosso O’Callaghan and J.-P. Bassino (France/Ireland and France/Japan)

  • Socio-economic Convergence in the Bandung Countries, 1960-1999

Yves Berthelot (France)

  • Bandung Fifty Years Later: Toward Another Development Model for the Post Globalisation Era

Darwis Khudori (Indonesia/France)

  • Identity-based Social Movements facing Globalisation: Challenge and Response, Resistance and Alternative

Kaarina Kailo (Findland)

  • Solidarity and Globalism Revisited: The Gift Imaginary and New Models of the Human

Siti Musdah Mulia (Indonesia)

  • Poverty, Women and Religion

Boutros Labaki (Lebanon)

  • Interrelated Solidarity Links in a Global Society: Islamic-Christian Dialogue and South-North Relations

Yukio Kamino (Japan)

  • Time for a Change of Heart: Facing the Global Environmental Crisis

Parichart Suwanbubbha (Thailand)

  • Bandung 2005 and Educational Challenges in the Age of Globalisation

John Lannon (Ireland)

  • Information and Communication Technologies: New Global Challenges and Opportunities for Social and Solidarity Movements

Patricia Morales (Argentina/Netherlands/Belgium)

  • A Latin-American Approach to solidarity

Rémy Herrera (France)

  • The Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela and the Spirit of Bandung

Pierre Rousset (France)

  • The World Social Forum: A New Framework for Solidarities

Majid Tehranian and Wolfgang R. Schmidt (Iran/USA and Germany)

  • Proposals for Global Solidarity in a Plural World

The resume of the International Conference on "Vision of Bandung after 50 years in Facing New Challenges" (Cairo, March 1-3, 2005)

Rémy Herrera (France)

  • The Bamako Appeal: 50 Years after the Bandung Conference

Darwis Khudori (Indonesia/France)

  • Towards a Bandung spirit-based civil society movement: reflection from Yogyakarta commemoration of Bandung Asian-African Conference

APPENDIX

  1. ORGANISING COMMITTEES
  2. ORGANISING INSTITUTIONS, FUNDING INSTITUTIONS, SUPPORTING INSTITUTIONS
  3. LETTER FROM THE DESIGNATED CORE OF NOC MEMBERS FOLLOWING THE TSUNAMI DISASTER

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