The latest Upstream Journal is now available, with a
special focus on the role of communication for social change.
Subscription only $5!
36 pages of "Canadian perspectives on global justice."
Voices of dissent - Amy
Goodman and independent media
The role of community radio as an alternative source of information
Grafitti as social
Street art challenges social and political structures when other options are limited
“Talking strongly” -
Indigenous media in Australia
Protecting culture and language through media technology
Media poetics and cattle -
Colombia community radio, language and power
Challenging cultural assumptions in cowboy country
Container tech - Jamaican
community retrofits shipping container into creative computing
Technology is made local and becomes a tool of empowerment
Le grand saut
technologique et la “nouvelle économie” - au secours des pays en
La expansion technologique - est-elle adaptée à la situation fragile dans ces pays?
The World Bank doesn’t have - and doesn’t want - human
rights standards in its projects
Despite changing opinion on their importance in development, the world’s largest development institution has no policy on human rights
The financial crisis and the
future for Canada’s foreign aid
Will cuts join high food prices, falling remittances and low export earnings in reversing development gains?
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