Animating political protests through artivism in 21st century Nairobi, Kenya

Halliday, C. (2019) ‘ Animating political protests through artivism in 21st century Nairobi, Kenya’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Democracy, Development and Culture’, ed. John Clammer and Jonathan Vickery), Issue 24: 2019: 100-113.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2019.2406

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The democratic development potential of a cultural ecosystem approach

Barker, V. (2019) ‘ The democratic development potential of a cultural ecosystem approach’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Democracy, Development and Culture’, ed. John Clammer and Jonathan Vickery), Issue 24: 2019: 86-99.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2019.2405

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The problem of democracy in the ASEAN Creative City: the cases of Chiang Mai, Bandung, Cebu, and George Town

Chuangchai, P. (2019) ‘The problem of democracy in the ASEAN Creative City: the cases of Chiang Mai, Bandung, Cebu, and George Town’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Democracy, Development and Culture’, ed. John Clammer and Jonathan Vickery), Issue 24: 2019: 43-68.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2019.2403

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An unsustainable modernity: Democracy, the global climate emergency, and environmental ethics

Smart, B. (2019) ‘An unsustainable modernity: Democracy, the global climate emergency, and environmental ethics’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Democracy, Development and Culture’, ed. John Clammer and Jonathan Vickery), Issue 24: 2019: 24-42.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2019.2402

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Rip it up and start again? The contemporary relevance of the 2005 UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity

Garner, B. and O’Connor, J. (2019) Rip it up and start again? The contemporary relevance of the 2005 UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Democracy, Development and Culture’, ed. John Clammer and Jonathan Vickery), Issue 24: 2019: 8-23.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2019.2401

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Development, Democracy and Culture (Special Issue 24: 2019)

Edited by John Clammer and Jonathan Vickery

In a time of huge religious, political and territorial conflict, the cultural dimensions of place, identity, values, and governance, are all too easily ignored. The last special issue of the Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development was concerned with Cultural Rights (Culture and Human Rights). The UN’s webpage on democracy states that “Democracy is a universally recognized ideal and… provides an environment for the protection and effective realization of human rights”. This special issue is given to the question of democracy. How have global cultural policies and development policies emerged in part through a quest for the “ideal” of democracy? How do cultural policies operationalise “democratisation” in development situations, or perhaps imagine alternative ideals of democracy, or simulate alternative forms of democratic life (participation, equality, liberty)? The 2001 UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, and then the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, both appealed to the values of democracy. But what form of democracy is most effective in their implementation? What happened to the discourse on democracy and development that featured milestone texts like the World Commission on Culture and Development’s Our Creative Diversity (1966), or Towards a Constructive Pluralism (UNESCO, 1999), or Boutros-Ghali’s The Interaction between Democracy and Development (UNESCO, 2002). What happened to the notion that cultural pluralism was a road to democratisation, and why do policies on multiculturalism no longer seem to promise a vibrant participatory “culture” of democracy for the brave new “globalised” world?

Special Issue Introduction: Development, Democracy and Culture

Clammer, J. and Vickery, J. (2019) ‘Special Issue Introduction: Democracy, Development and Culture’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development (Special Issue, ‘Democracy, Development and Culture’, ed. John Clammer and Jonathan Vickery), Issue 24: 2019: 1-7.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2019.2400

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Getting to Yes: Lessons for a Transnational Activist — Protest, Challenge, and Features of the Transnational Legal Order

Gray, K.W. and Kalyalya, K. (2019) ‘Getting to Yes: Lessons for a Transnational Activist — Protest, Challenge, and Features of the Transnational Legal Order’, Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development, Issue 23: 2019: 37-54.

DOI: 10.31273/LGD.2019.2203

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