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Living with justice



Makalah tentang "Peace Building"

Makalah tentang "Peace Building"



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  • Living withjustice andcompassion
  • What is development?•All citizens have food,clean clothes, adequateshelter, & education. Theyhave jobs.• Have access to socialservices like health, socialsecurity benefits.• Democracy is practiced.• Cultures grow & develop.• Environment is preserved.
  • • Are our people developed?• What do you observed? STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE
  • • The existence of social, political andeconomic structures and relationships• where vast majorities of human beingsgaining access to disproportionately lessthan they receive• based on criteria of basic needs, basichuman rights and social justice.
  • If we reduce the population of the Earth to a small town with 100people and keep the proportions, it will look like this: 14 Americans 57 21•Asians Europeans (northern and   8 Africans southern) 52 women 48 men
  • 70 coloured-skins 30 caucasians6 people would own 59% of the wholeworld wealth and all of them will befrom the United States of America80 would have bad living conditions70 will be uneducated50 will be underfed
  • 1 would die2 would be born1 will have a computer1 (only one) will have highereducation
  • •process of global integration of theeconomies of nations by allowing theunrestricted flow of goods, services,investments and currencies betweencountries• means freer & faster movement of  people  capital investments  technology  products  currency
  • • It also means more effective coordinationamong governemnts of nations; international& local non-government organizations• In the cultural sphere, it means propagatingthe use of English as the mode ofcommunication; popularization of westernvalues; homogenization of culture & culturalexchange.• Means cost-effective communicationamongst people of all nations
  • IMPACTJOBLESS GROWTH: increased economic outputsamidst unemploymentRUTHLESS GROWTH: Increasing gap between therich and the poorFUTURELESS GROWTH: resulting fromenvironmental destructionROOTLESS GROWTH: resulting from culturaldecay & loss of identityVOICELESS GROWTH: rapid economic growth voidof participatory governanceMEANINGLESS GROWTH: loss of creativity,meaning, hope and morality
  • •A transnational corporation (TNC) is a huge company thatdoes business in several countries.• Many TNCs are much richer than entire countries in theless developed •world. “ Some say that TNCs provide work and enrich a countryseconomy ? but they can exploit the workers with low pay and destroy the environment Examples of TNCs include: Nestlé Johnson & Johnson DOLE DEL MONTE
  • In Summary, the issues:• Structural Violence• Globalization• Transnational Corporation• Debt trap• Culture of Consumerism
  • What can we do?• Show solidarity instead of pity• Support move to cancel debt• Support grassroots development projects - Rethink development• Control powers of TNCs- join globalization movements from below• Integrate social justice in the curriculum