CSSGJ
Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice
   
   
  

CSSGJ Podcasts

 
 

Dexter Whitfield, Director of European Services Strategy Unit and Adjunct Associate Professor, Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre, University of Adelaide

Capitalist dynamics reconfiguring the state: alternatives to privatising public services

Date: 16 September 2015 | Duration: 00:56:29


Frances O'Grady, TUC General Secretary

The future of the left - where next for Britain's labour movement?

This talk was given at the inaugural Ken Coates Memorial Lecture, organised by the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, hosted by the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice and also sponsored by the local branches of UCU and Unite.

Date: 3 June 2015 | Duration: 00:35:52


Michael Burawoy, University of California, Berkeley

Social movements in the neoliberal age

Michael Burawoy delivered the CSSGJ annual lecture for 2013-14.

Date: 16 January 2014 | Duration: 00:53:03


Andreas Bieler, The University of Nottingham

Is there a future for trade unions

In this podcast Professor Andreas Bieler looks ahead to the planned TUC demonstrations against cuts in the public sector, and asks if the unions have a chance of forcing u-turns.

Date: 21 March 2011 | Size: 11.74 MB | Type: Audio version


Professor Siba Grogovui, Johns Hopkins University
Annual Lecture speaker for 2010

Race and International Politics

Date: 2 December 2010


Dr Alex Prichard, University of Bristol

Rethinking the State and Anarchy: Anarchism and International Relations

Format: QuickTime | Date: 8 March 2010


Ted Benton, University of Essex

Can Capitalism be sustainable? What if it can't?...

Format: QuickTime | Date: 15 March 2010


Professor Lawrence Wilde, Nottingham Trent University

Marx, Global Justice and Solidarity

[Video interview from the CSSGJ seminar series]

Duration: 11:17 mins | Date: 23 November 2009


Andreas Bieler, The University of Nottingham

Striking for 'British' jobs?

As the wildcat strikes over foreign workers continue, Professor Andreas Bieler asks whether the unions are looking at the bigger picture.

Duration: 10:51 mins | Size 12.6 MB | Format: mp3 | Date: 4 February 2009


Andreas Bieler, The University of Nottingham

Can the European Social Forum really influence policy makers? 

Duration: 10.08 mins | Size 9.94 MB | Format mp3


John Hilary, War on Want

Mobilising for political change: experiences and perspectives from the global justice movement

[video interview from the CSSGJ seminar series]

Format: Flashplayer8 | Duration: 8mins | Size: 30.8MB | Date: 29th September 2008


Ray Keily, Queen Mary, University Of London

Comparing 19th century imperialism and 21st century globalisation

[video interview from the CSSGJ seminar series]

Format: Flashplayer8 | Duration: 10mins | Size: 37.6MB | Date: 28th April 2008 


Laurence Cox, National University Of Ireland

Saying something useful: the challenge of movement-relevant research

[video interview from the CSSGJ seminar series]

Format: Flashplayer8 | Duration: 14mins | Size: 58.8MB | Date: 21st April 2008


Sonia Sarker, Macalester College

Justice and re-representation

[video interview from the CSSGJ seminar series]

Format: Flashplayer8 | Duration: 8mins | Size: 30MB | Date: 3rd March 2008


Alex Callinicos, Kings College London

Does Capitalism Need The State System?

[video interview from the CSSGJ seminar series]

Format: Flashplayer8 | Duration: 8mins | Size: 30MB | Date: 25th February 2008

 

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