Category Archives: Dublin Political Theory Workshop

What it is really to secure a right to someone? Understanding how Rights-Based Approaches to Development can be operationalised

by Nita Mishra, PhD Candidate at Food Business and Development, UCC In this paper, I examine the major aspects of the concepts of rights and development, separately, and then how the two concepts are linked in the discourse on rights and development. … Continue reading

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Situationism Now – Understanding Guy Debord in a Contemporary Political Context

‘to help create a non-dogmatic, non-religious, non-bullshit Marxism’ (Tariq Ali on Daniel Bensaid, 2013) by Dr Jones Irwin, Institute of Education, Drumcondra, Dublin City University. to accompany workshop, details below 1967. 50 years ago this year and it was the … Continue reading

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