With a theme of “Networks of Social Justice: Transnational Activism and Social Change,” the latest issue of Studies in Social Justice is now available online.
“Transnational activism is broad in scope and scale and underscores forms of activism and struggles that operate within, across, and beyond the state,” write guest editors Suzan Ilcan and Anita Lacey. “It includes a diverse array of participants engaging in activist networks—from those working in local and regional groups to those associated with national and international organizations—with the aim of bringing about social, economic, and political change across borders.”
The journal is published by the UWindsor Centre for Studies I Social Justice. Read the current issue.