Jai Sen has published the books:
- The Movements of Movements: Part 1: What Makes Us Move?
- The Movements of Movements: Part 2: Rethinking Our Dance
To get a copy of the book, please visit PM Press.
What Makes Us Move?, the first of two volumes, provides a background and foundation for understanding the extraordinary range of uprisings around the world: Tahrir Square in Egypt, Occupy in North America, the indignados in Spain, Gezi Park in Turkey, and many others. It draws on the rich reflection that took place following the huge wave of creative direct actions that had preceded it, from the 1990s through to the early 2000s, including the Zapatistas in Mexico, the Battle of Seattle in the United States, and the accompanying formations such as Peoples’ Global Action and the World Social Forum.
Rethinking Our Dance, the second of two volumes, offers a wide range of essays from frontline activists in Afghanistan, Argentina, Brazil, Niger, and Taiwan, as well as from Europe and North America that address the question, “What do we need to do in order to bring about justice and peace?” The Movements of Movementsaims to make the bewildering range of contemporary movements more meaningful to the observer and also to be a space where global movements speak to each other.
This book will be useful to all who work for egalitarian social change—be they in universities, parties, trade unions, social movements, or religious organisations.