By Bhikhu Parekh
Identification , tradition and discussion pursues some of the vital concerns raised within the author's Rethinking Multiculturalism focusing particularly on their outcomes for international politics. In it Bhikhu Parekh develops a concept of identification that mixes admire for range with a dedication to redistributive justice and rationality and applies this thought to a variety of key present debates on nationwide id, nationalism, fundamentalism and terrorism commencing the case for discussion, worldwide citizenship, and a number of ethics in the framework of a shared international morality.
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The IMF and World Bank also provide support services for countries in deep poverty. While these policies appear NGOs to be beneficial, the IMF and the As the world becomes World Bank are not always effective. more connected, nongovernmental organizations, This is often seen in their work or NGOs, are gaining inwith the developing world. One of fluence. Generally, NGOs are nonprofit organizathe key arguments concerning the tions. NGOs are private organizations that work IMF and the World Bank is trade to promote social causes.
Immigration to developed countries can help fill labor shortages. This also boosts the overall economy with more people in the workforce. The developing countries that lose people to emigration also stand to benefit. Often, family members who remain behind receive remittances. A remittance is money that is sent home to the family by those working abroad. This money can have a profound effect on a developing country’s economy. • 60 • Globalization In the small country of Somalia, it is estimated that $200 million to $500 million a year is sent home from abroad.
People came from all across the United States and represented hundreds of different groups. These groups ranged • 28 • Globalization from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to the Raging Grannies. They all came for the same reason—to protest a meeting held by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in downtown Seattle. These protesters were concerned that the WTO had continued to support trade and corporate interests at the expense of human rights. The protests ended in violence. Still, they brought attention to the issues of human rights, labor rights, and the environment as they are impacted by globalization.
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