Living In Hope
People Challenging Globalization
EDITED BY JOHN FEFFER
The untold story of what ordinary people are doing -affirming responses to globalization: small farmers in Honduras, migrant workers in the Andes, urban poor in Bosnia, Cambodian woodcutters, Mexican textile workers, Korean community activists. We see their modest attempts to create alternatives and slowly the contours of a different way become clear - meeting the basic needs of these people, making sustainable improvements in their lives, and doing so in culturally appropriate ways based on active participation, solidarity and learning from one another. This is also a good introduction to AFSC's international programs.
AFSC/Zed Books 2002 172 PP Paper