Systems of Injustice
structures, practices and policies
Unsustainable: Chapters 1-2

social and environmental injustice linked
through formal/informal structures/
policies
curren...
basic connections....

 wealth of a few REQUIRES poverty and
 exploitation of most (pg. 14)
 inequity-built into a global ...
normalized systems and structures


 what is assumed to be ‘normal’ or
 ‘natural’
 roots in colonial system
 empires explo...
production systems

shutting off the commons
making wage laborers
shift to capitalism
industrial focus and fordism
international ‘development’

 after WWII driven by allied nations
 decolonization
 keynsian economics
 development = part ...
priorities, principles and practices

 structure: World Bank and International
 Monetary Fund
 Structural Adjustment Progr...
fueled by new global economy

 new production mode--flexible
 accumulation
 focus on “free trade” --trade liberalization
 i...
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C E S 440 03 08 Blog

  1. 1. Systems of Injustice structures, practices and policies
  2. 2. Unsustainable: Chapters 1-2 social and environmental injustice linked through formal/informal structures/ policies current trend is morally unsustainable / based in moral injustice (pg.2)
  3. 3. basic connections.... wealth of a few REQUIRES poverty and exploitation of most (pg. 14) inequity-built into a global system (35) a system that was made...can be re- made
  4. 4. normalized systems and structures what is assumed to be ‘normal’ or ‘natural’ roots in colonial system empires exploit human and physical resources and redistribute
  5. 5. production systems shutting off the commons making wage laborers shift to capitalism industrial focus and fordism
  6. 6. international ‘development’ after WWII driven by allied nations decolonization keynsian economics development = part of global economy
  7. 7. priorities, principles and practices structure: World Bank and International Monetary Fund Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPs) privatization & reduce social services EPZs and exports debt, debt, debt
  8. 8. fueled by new global economy new production mode--flexible accumulation focus on “free trade” --trade liberalization increases exploitation--human and environment

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