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L’adoption du projet de loi 112 au Québec : le produit d’une mobilisation ou une simple question de conjoncture politique ?
Cet article propose une comprehension du processus politique qui a conduit a l’adoption de la Loi visant a lutter contre la pauvrete et l’exclusion sociale a l’automne 2002 au Quebec. Apres avoirExpand
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Mobilizing in Borderline Citizenship Regimes: A Comparative Analysis of Undocumented Migrants’ Collective Actions
This article seeks to explain how and why groups and networks of undocumented migrants mobilizing in Berlin, Montréal, and Paris since the beginning of the 2000s construct different types of claims.Expand
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Globalization and Political Change in the Women's Movement: The Politics of Scale and Political Empowerment in the World March of Women
The objective of the article is to show that in order to understand the ongoing transnational mobilizations of the European wing of the World March of Women (WMW) between 2000 and 2006 we also needExpand
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Home parenteral nutrition improves quality of life and nutritional status in patients with cancer: a French observational multicentre study
PurposeMalnutrition is a predictor of poor outcomes in patients with cancer. Little is known about the benefit of nutritional support in these patients. The purpose of this study was to assess theExpand
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The participatory democracy turn: an introduction
Since the 1960s, participatory discourses and techniques have been at the core of decisionmaking processes in a variety of sectors of society and of policy domains around the world – a phenomenonExpand
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Solidarities Beyond Borders: Transnationalizing Women's Movements
Preface / Diane Matte Introduction / Pascale Dufour, Dominique Masson, and Dominique Caouette Part 1: Understanding Complex Transnationalization 1 Transnationalizing Feminist and Women's Movements:Expand
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Why Local Social Forums Emerge Where They do: Beyond Diffusion, Geographical Appropriation
Social forums are, quintessentially, a transnationally mobile institutional enterprise. Since the first World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil, in 2001, thousands of local initiatives haveExpand
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Les mobilisations sociales à l'heure du précariat
Les auteurs montrent comment des groupes a faibles ressources - chomeurs, RMIstes, travailleurs pauvres, squatteurs, sans domicile fixe, employes du pret a porter, etc. - cherchent a agirExpand
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