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Introduction to Social Justice: Relevant Websites

This guide presents select resources for the students in the Introduction to Social Justice course. Professor: Barbara Balliet. Fall 2011.

Rutgers Websites

Activism Research Guide points to resources on activism on Rutgers campus and beyond.

Global Women's Activism Research Guide  lists women's organizations all over the world working on women's and gender issues.

Nutrition and Food Science Information  created by Marty Kesselman, subject librarian for food sciences.



FAO: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights 

Olivier de Schutter :  United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food


Action Aid International  Catherine Gatundu

FIAN International  Gertrude Flaffenbock

Food & Water Watch   Marcela Olivera

Marcela Olivera’s lecture at Vorhees Chapel, Douglass Residential College. September 28, 2011.

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Human Rights Centre, University of Essex   Diane Elson

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy   Sophia Murphy

NORAD: Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation   Margot Igland Skarpeteig

Political Economy Research Institute, U of Mass . Amherst  Jasemin Dildar & James Heinz

Rede Social de Justiça e Defesa dos Direitos Humanos  Maria Luisa Mendonça

Women on Farms Project   Fatima Shabodien



Majora Carter Group. Majora Carter is an environmental activist from Bronx, NYC.

Chef Ann Cooper, "the Renegade Lunch Lady," is an advocate for healthy school lunch.

"When the Uprooted Put Down the Roots," The New York Times, 9 October, 2011.


Head, Margery Somers Foster Center & Women's Studies Librarian

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Mabel Smith Douglass Library

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