The 'moral empire': Africa, globalisation and the politics of conscience

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2006 Number 59

The 'moral empire': Africa, globalisation and the politics of conscience
Priyamvada Gopal, pages -

Abstract

Gopal suggests that the British government’s financial and social initiatives for Africa have created a range of cultural texts, policy documents and political declarations. She demonstrates that suggestions have emerged indicating: shared interest in the amelioration of poverty in Africa benefits humanity as whole; and reduction of poverty is about justice rather than charity.

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Priyamvada Gopal (2006) The 'moral empire': Africa, globalisation and the politics of conscience, New Formations, 2006(59), -

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