By Marco Giugni, Florence Passy
Political Altruism? offers with participation in political actions aimed toward protecting the rights of alternative contributors and teams, comparable to asylum seekers, immigrant employees, populations of 3rd international nations, and other people whose primary human rights are being harmed. harmony hobbies became a massive collective actor in modern western societies, but nearly no scholarly paintings in past times has addressed them theoretically and empirically.
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A Multi-Level Movement: Areas and Levels of Intervention In addition to drawing its resources from three distinct cultural cosmologies and mobilizing around a specific political cleavage, two other features of the solidarity movement must be stressed: it is active in different areas and on different levels. The old movement comprised only human rights organizations active on the various forefronts of human rights violations: slavery, colonial oppression, immigration, mass deportations, and so forth.
The old movement comprised only human rights organizations active on the various forefronts of human rights violations: slavery, colonial oppression, immigration, mass deportations, and so forth. The new movement, after its transformation in the 1960s and 1970s, underwent a process of differentiation. Its organizations now specialize in specific domains and are spread over four branches, that is, four areas of intervention: human rights, development aid, immigration/asylum, and antiracism. A first specialization occurred in the 1960s and 1970s, when development aid organizations (for Third World countries) emerged.
One of the first organizations to act for the respect of human rights and against racism mobilized in France over the “Dreyfus Affair” in 1898. In that year a young Jewish officer was excluded from the army, officially because he was a traitor, but in fact because he was Jewish. The Ligue des droits de l’Homme was created to support Dreyfus and still exists today. More or less at the same time, in England humanist clubs opposed British colonialism and slavery. In the 1920s, a league against colonial oppression, whose first president was Albert Einstein, was set up in several European countries to criticize colonialism and bring to the fore its abuses.
Political altruism?: solidarity movements in international perspective by Marco Giugni, Florence Passy