Author profile: Marc Woons

Marc Woons is a Doctoral Fellow with the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO) and Researcher at the KU Leuven’s Research in Political Philosophy Leuven (RIPPLE) Institute. His work focuses on the intersection of power and justice in multinational contexts, with a particular focus on European Politics and Indigenous nationalism. His work has recently been featured in Federal Governance, Settler Colonial Studies,and AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Studies. He has articles forthcoming in St. Antony’s International Review (Oxford) and the International Indigenous Policy Journal.

Multiculturalism at the Crossroads: Learning Beyond the West

Multiculturalism at the Crossroads: Learning Beyond the West

The goal of multiculturism is to improve on peace, tolerance, and respect across differences whether small or great no matter where one begins or where one is going.

On the Meaning of Restoring Indigenous Self-Determination

On the Meaning of Restoring Indigenous Self-Determination

Restoring Indigenous self-determination must also – or primarily – be about Indigenous peoples asserting themselves and promoting healing from within.

Postcolonialism, Power, and ‘the Poor’: What Will Eliminate Global Poverty?

Postcolonialism, Power, and ‘the Poor’: What Will Eliminate Global Poverty?

Broad development remains elusive because it fails to challenge the rules of the ‘game’ enforced by neoliberal interests which cannot accommodate more adequate definitions of poverty.

Democratisation and Development in Tanzania: Complimentary or Contradictory Forces?

Democratisation and Development in Tanzania: Complimentary or Contradictory Forces?

Democratisation has a relatively weak track record. The Tanzanian case shows that even bottom-up development struggles against internal conflicts and interests.

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