A Discussion Forum was set up
which delivered emails to your own in-box either as they come
or in a daily digest. Alternatively you could review messages
periodically on this website. The list was open to everyone
and encouraged fair, open discussion but, for the good of
everybody, we asked contributors to keep "on topic",
to refrain from making personal attacks on other contributors,
to avoid negativity, and in general to behave reasonably at
The future of the Discussion
List is under review, but you can still SUBSCRIBE by entering
your email address into the form on DISCUSS
Due to the level of false entries by spammers we
had to suspend the automated method of joining this list -
watch this space for further details how to join.
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and policies of the Global Justice Movement, in particular
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The purpose of the Global
Justice Movement is to promote in every way the ideas and
policies of Global Justice. GJM work is generally voluntary
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expenses which individuals can reasonably be expected to bear.
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a) Setting-up, maintenance and expansion costs of
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Those who have done the work so far have agreed to do it for
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including GJM books. It is important that GJM ideas
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and media interviews etc. with the best available materials
which include GJM books. Some of our speakers/attendees have
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the exception rather than the rule.
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