Searching for global solidarity in the age of inequality

From the New Internationalist Magazine: “The 1970s was a time of optimism: more African states had gained independence, idealistic leaders were demanding change, UK living standards were rising. A new global economic order was seen as right and just, even by the political establishment.In those days, internationalism meant a commitment to securing “basic needs for all” – it was believed that clean water, sufficient food and seeing your children grow into adulthood should not be the preserve of the prosperous north.”


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