Index

Authored Book

Joseph A. Camilleri and Jim Falk, Worlds in Transition: Evolving Governance across a Stressed Planet, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2009, xxii + 670 pp.

Authored Book

Joseph A. Camilleri, Majid Tehranian and Kamal Malhotra, Reimagining the Future: Towards Democratic Governance, Melbourne: La Trobe University, Department of Politics, 2000, xxxiii+101 pp.

Article

Joseph A Camilleri and George Myconos, ‘WTO: The Competitive Dynamic of Globalisation at Work’, Law in Context, Volume 21, 2003, Special issue: Balancing Act: Law, Policy and Politics in Globalisation and Global Trade.

Conference
23 March 1999 to 26 March 1999

Background to the Conference

While financial analysts assess the global financial crisis in terms of stock market indexes and currency values, the real impact is being borne by the millions of people who are being pushed further into poverty as we approach the new millennium. 

Project

Directed six-year international research project on Democratizing Global Governance (1997-2003). The project attracted over $350 000 in external grants, and resulted in the publication of two books and some 18 papers in internationally refereed journals.

Project
24 September 2003 to 27 July 2010

A series of 10-week and 6-week courses offered each year with the aim of developing  better community understanding of the dynamics of a rapidly globalising world and Australia's place in it. 

Each year the course attracted between 35 and 70 participants, most of them working in education, government, the professions, media,  and religious and community organisations, as well as a number of students.

Focus on the Global South

Focus on the Global South was established in 1995 to challenge neoliberalism, militarism and corporate-driven globalisation while strengthening just and equitable alternatives.  The organisation works in solidarity with the Global South, based on the belief that progressive social change and Global South solidarity are imperative if the needs and aspirations of oppressed peoples, particularly in Asia, Latin America and Africa, are to be met.