Our History


The Center for Global Justice came out of the social movements against neoliberal corporate globalization.  Taking the affects of NAFTA on the Mexican economy and society as its central focus, the Center located in Mexico.  It was initiated at a 2004 international conference on "Alterglobalizations" by U.S. academics and activists.  As a center for research and learning for a better world, we conduct public education forums, support community led cooperative projects, and organize educational travel.  From its inception the Center has been a space for people of all professions, backgrounds and beliefs to come together and work toward making the world a more just and equitable place to live. Please explore our website for detail on our programs.  The Center for Global Justice is a project of the Radical Philosophy Association. 

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