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This index presents a list of ancient author names or terms that occur in this book titled Weaving Transnational Solidarity. It also contains studies in critical social sciences. The book provides scholar-activist, ethnographic case study data which contributes to understanding collective organization, indigenous rights, and the solidarity process within transnational social movements and critically reflects on Fair Trade, health, and education solidarity efforts as well as the class, ethnic, and gender dimensions of neoliberal globalization.

Keywords: indigenous rights; neoliberal globalization; transnational solidarity



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