Human rights organisations like Amnesty International have been advancing social justice through social and economic rights, while others choose more confrontational approaches. What are the potentials and pitfalls of different approaches to social justice? Español, Français
UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said that he wants people in Britain to work as hard as those in China. Here, we re-publish John Maynard Keynes' 1930 essay on the desirability or otherwise of hard work.
The Volkswagen emission scandel ought to be condemned. However, with the weaknesses of the Anglo-American corporate model one should be careful not to dismiss Volkswagen's insider system of governance.
openDemocracy is been bringing daily coverage of the
trial of Sun journalists charged with aiding and abetting
misconduct in public office by paying a police officer for information. Here's Monday's report.
In expanding its work on economic and social rights to look more closely at issues of resource allocation and distribution, Amnesty may appeal to some—but not all—of the constituencies demanding social justice. Español
The existing European approach to migration does not match reality or recognise the evolving complexity of human mobility. In our People Flow pamphlet of 2003, openDemocracy and Demos proposed a model that does.
This week and next, openDemocracy will be bringing daily coverage of the trial of Sun journalists charged with aiding and abetting misconduct in public office by paying a police officer for information. Here is Friday's report.