Global Social Policy Forum and Policy Brief

@article{Deacon2003GlobalSP,
  title={Global Social Policy Forum and Policy Brief},
  author={Bob Deacon and Thomas Palley},
  journal={Global Social Policy},
  year={2003},
  volume={3},
  pages={19 - 5}
}
In this first issue of the third volume of GSP we return to a theme we chose as our inaugural Forum. For that issue (GSP 1.1) we asked 11 individuals who held some influence in global policy debates, what were the most important and viable global governance reforms that could be campaigned for in the first decades of the 21st century that could lead to the securing of greater global justice. We have pursued related issues in a more focused way in subsequent forums. GSP 1.2 reviewed the… Expand
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