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Date: Mon, 31 Mar 1997 13:58:14 -0500
Sender: Forum on Labor in the Global Economy <LABOR-L@YORKU.CA>
From: Sam Lanfranco <lanfran@YORKU.CA>
Subject: INTEGRAL LIBERATION - New Publication (fwd)
Comments: To: datpers@YorkU.CA

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From: Frederick Noronha <fred@bom2.vsnl.net.in>

Integral Liberation - New Publication

From Frederick Noronha, 31 mar 1997

INTEGRAL LIBERATION is a new review recently launched from Bangalore. It is "committed to the building of a new society based on our constitutional values of justice, liberty, equality and fraternity. It aims at bringing a truly just, self-reliant, sustainable, participatory and socialist society in India." Integral Liberation also says it is "at the service of activists and the social conscious.

It covers the entire field of social justice, devleopment and social change." It will also advocate the viewpoint of the poor, oppressed and marginalised, and will deal with relevant socio-economic, political, cultural, religious and ideological issues, paying speical attention to the voluntary sector, social action groups and people's movements. It stands for human rights, communal harmony, the environment and the liberation of women, dalits, tribals and other oppressed groups.

Each issue will offer (i) indepth analysis (ii) grassroot experiences, struggles and views (iii) relevant information and documentation. If you feel such a journal needs the support to survive, you can help by sending out gift subscriptions to your friends in India. Rates (within India) are very low, barely $2 for a year-long gift subscription!

 One YearTwo YearsThree YearsLife
PersonalRs 55 Rs 100Rs 140Rs 1000
InstitutionalRs 75Rs 140Rs 200Rs 1000

To check out this mag, write for a specimen copy to Bangalore Social Action Trust, 849 Ramdev Gardens, Kacharakanahalli, Bangalore 560084 India. John Desrochers is the Editor, while Jacob Raju is Secretary. "We hope you liked this first issue. And we are confident that the future issues will be still better," says the editorial board in an appeal posted out in India.