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The Belo Monte Dam: Social Movements, Law and State Repression

The Belo Monte Dam: Social Movements, Law and State Repression


About Jason D. MacLeod

Collection of works by socio-legal theorist and musician. Learn more

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Citizenship Rights in Times of Disaster: The Ethics of International Intervention
Natural disasters cause significant environmental change and societal costs while devastating the lives of its victims. The number and power of extreme weather events are forecasted to increase with the advent of climate change. The average yearly death count caused by natural disasters between 2002–2011 was 107,000 and those affected was 268 million (CRED 2013). […] Read more – ‘Citizenship Rights in Times of Disaster: The Ethics of International Intervention’.
Counter Narrating the Violence of Hegemony in Climate Change Conflicts
Climate change, extreme poverty and conflict emerge from social relations based in fear, selfishness, hatred and ignorance. To transform the inherent destructive powers of these relations requires a confrontation with governments, corporations, and individuals committed to following the same scripts that benefits the privileged minority while billions suffer the consequences. This project demands a battle […] Read more – ‘Counter Narrating the Violence of Hegemony in Climate Change Conflicts’.
A Slight Case of Melancholy
  A new thematic mix inspired by works that represent the achingly beautiful yet withdrawn indifferent moments in our lives.  The music attempts to capture the image of a lone person walking through a rain drenched cityscape or the feeling of watching the world pass us by.  Mainly jazz influenced trip hop with interspersed moments […] Read more – ‘A Slight Case of Melancholy’.

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