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#16 – Repenser les relations Nord-Sud avec Maïka Sondarjee

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29 December, 2022
#16 – Repenser les relations Nord-Sud avec Maïka Sondarjee

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En route vers 2023, un premier épisode en français pour réfléchir sur un problème persistant : un déséquilibre commercial dramatique existe toujours entre l’Afrique et les pays occidentaux comme le Canada.

C’est une manifestation d’une structure de l’économie mondiale qui maintient une inégalité permanente entre le nord mondial et le sud, selon Maïka Sondarjee, professeure en développement international à l’Université d’Ottawa, qui propose un internationalisme radical. Elle est l’autrice de Perspectives féministes en relations internationales : Penser le monde autrement, et de Perdre le Sud : Décoloniser la solidarité internationale.

Podcast is funded by: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

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