Brian K. Murphy

‘To take seriously the cause of the environment, including the issue of climate change, requires that we first take seriously the cause of justice itself,’ argues Brian K. Murphy.

JE et JP

HIV/AIDS flourishes as a result of ‘social problems rooted deeply in global economic structures and require political and social interventions,’ writes Brian K. Murphy. If we want to control it, ‘social and economic justice’ are far more important than philanthropy.

Ian Smillie’s new book on conflict diamonds in Africa ‘tells the story of a small group of international actors taking on the most powerful forces and institutions on the planet’. Exposing the ‘dilemmas and fault lines of international social justice action, in a deeply intimate and detailed fashion’, it ‘relates an important chapter in the long struggle for global corporate accountability in the resource extraction sector,’ writes Brian K. Murphy.