In 2013, the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung was granted special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). NGOs with consultative status have access to ECOSOC, its subsidiary bodies, and other UN mechanisms, processes, and events. ECOSOC, founded by the UN Charter in 1946, is concerned with economic, social, and environmental challenges. It is broadly responsible for 70 percent of the UN’s human and financial resources.
Between the late 1940s and the 1990s, movements for independence, decolonization, and Black Power emerged and flourished. While these movements altered the terrain of the global south, they had a profound echo effect on the culture, politics, and artistic expression of the global north. In Europe, support committees for Black political prisoners, anti-Apartheid actions as well as the Black Panthers provided “hot flashes” during the Cold War. Across social......
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