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Common Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values

WWF-UK, September 2010


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Resource IDcommoncause2010
Resource titleCommon Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values
Author(s)Tom Crompton
Publication/ sourceWWF-UK
Date publishedSeptember 2010
Summary text/ abstractThere is an irony at the heart of much campaigning on global challenges – including campaigning on humanitarian and environmental crises: as our awareness of the profound scale of these challenges and the difficulty of addressing them grows, we tend to rely ever more heavily upon a set of issue-specific tactics which may actually militate against the emergence of the systemic and durable solutions that are needed. Whatever the recent successes of civil society organisations in helping to address such challenges, it seems that current responses are incommensurate with the scale of the problems we confront. It is increasingly evident that resistance to action on these challenges will only be overcome through engagement with the cultural values that underpin this resistance.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Neo-Luddism, Politics, Simplicity
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