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The moral ambiguity of modern religion

05 March 2017

Prof Rajeev Bhargava for The Hindu Citizens can neither demand that the …

Responding to Neo-Fascism (Part 2)

22 February 2017

Full-bodied Democratic Power Six Theses for a Robust Resistance to Trumpian Fascism Romand Coles and Lia Haro, Institute …

Why Trump's "Muslim ban" is a moral failure, explained by a political theorist

09 February 2017

If America doesn’t take in Syrians, who will? The ethics of the “Muslim ban,” explained. Professor Joseph Carens, University …

Women of America: we're going on strike. Join us so Trump will see our power

08 February 2017

Linda Martín Alcoff, Cinzia Arruzza, …

Trump-Shock, Resonant Violence and The New Fascism

03 February 2017

Professor Romand Coles and Dr Lia Haro   Something is happening here, but you don’t know what it …

A Life of Commitment and Inquiry

19 January 2017

Professor Akeel Bilgrami, Columbia University and Institute for Social Justice, ACU An old friend and intellectual companion writes on the …

Business As Usual: Donald Trump and American Empire

03 January 2017

This is a guest post by Jeanne Morefield, Professor of Politics at Whitman College and a Professorial Fellow at the …

The Idea of Alternative Modernities

08 December 2016

We are pleased to launch our Master Class ‘The Idea of Alternative Modernities’ today with Professor Akeel Bilgrami on Recasting Political …

Special Topics in Global Affairs: International Development

02 December 2016

After a successful first year of partnership with Chonbuk National University (Korea) the Institute for Social Justice (ISJ) …

Creativity and resilience: how do war survivors make international justice work for them?

22 November 2016

Dr Kiran Grewal, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Social Justice This article is part of the …