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Social movements are a type of group action. They are large, sometimes informal, groupings of individuals or organizations which focus on specific political or social issues. In other words, they carry out, resist or undo a social change.
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- Social movements for global democracy and justice should try not only to build on and create global legal and regulatory institutions, but also to expand possibilities for transnational association and public spheres.
- Iris Marion Young, Inclusion and Democracy (2000), Ch. 7: Self-Determination and Global Democracy
- Movements don't just fall out of the sky fully formed. ... Movements aren't built by waiting for the struggle to develop and build itself--it's based on what we do today.
- Unity isn't established by ignoring the differences between different groups, but by persuading everyone to take all the different struggles seriously. That needs to be in the front of our minds now--to organize as broad a movement as possible as we move forward.