A World in Crisis encourages us to use our critical thinking skills to examine the current crisis we are living in from a social justice perspective.
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|a||The Financial Crisis||This session explores the causes of the current financial crisis, from the subprime lending in the US to its relationship to the Global and Shadow banking systems.|
|b||Global Debt Slavery||This session examines debt, including the new trends in indebtedness resulting from the rise of private debt around the world.|
|c||Tax: Who pays their fair share?||In this session we look at how companies can hide their corporate profits in tax havens, and what the consequences are in terms of a country’s ability to pay for health, education, welfare and infrastructure|
|d||Who Has the Power?||This session examines the key international actors and institutions in the global economic crisis, their roles in responding to the crisis, and the nature of those responses.|