The Work of Global Justice

Human Rights as Practices

The Work of Global Justice

Human rights have been generally understood as juridical products, organizational outcomes or abstract principles that are realized through formal means such as passing laws, creating institutions or formulating ideals. In this book, Fuyuki Kurasawa argues that we must reverse this 'top-down' focus by examining how groups and persons struggling against global injustices construct and enact human rights through five transnational forms of ethico-political practice: bearing witness, forgiveness, foresight, aid and solidarity. From these, he develops a new perspective highlighting the difficult social labour that constitutes the substance of what global justice is and ought to be, thereby reframing the terms of debates about human rights and providing the outlines of a critical cosmopolitanism centred around emancipatory struggles for an alternative globalization.


 Reviews:

"Fuyuki Kurasawa creates an original but necessary outlook on the ambivalences of our world by examining global justice as social labour. His central questions ask how does an alternative world order based on the work of global justice become possible and how are widely discussed cosmopolitan ideas put into practice from below? A wonderful, rich empirical study, theoretically enlightened, with striking insights - a must-read." - Ulrich Beck Professor of Sociology, University of Munich and London School of Economics and Political Science

"Focusing on the ‘work’ by which global justice is ‘produced,’ Fuyuki Kurasawa takes an entirely new approach to the subject. Analyzing the social practices of a wide range of transnational activists, he enriches our understanding of the ethical and political challenges of globalization. The result is a genuinely original and insightful book." - Nancy Fraser Henry A. & Louise Loeb Professor of Philosophy and Politics, New School for Social Research

"Human rights have come to the forefront of attention in both political theory and public practice. But too often the treatment in theory has been so abstract it doesn’t inform practice as it might - and it doesn’t learn from practice as it should. Fuyuki Kurasawa’s new book helps to bridge this divide, addressing key questions such as the meaning of bearing witness, the search for foresight, the ways in which forgiveness and aid work, and the ideal of transnational solidarity. His voice is both humane and scholarly; his text will be helpful to readers across a range of disciplines." - Craig Calhoun, President of the Social Science Research Council

"Fuyuki Kurasawa's The Work of Global Justice: Human Rights as Practices is an insightful contribution to the study of global justice, human rights, and the transnational social movements that seek to influence both justice and rights.... Kurasawa has provided us with an approach that is crucial to our theoretical understanding of transnational movements for global justice, and will influence the next generation of scholarship in the field." - Mobilization


 Prizes:

Winner, 2009 Best Book Award, Global Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems
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