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Chantal Mouffe

or social groups and their allies from organising trans-nationally in defence of perceived common interests and using for their own benefit the capacities for trans-national interaction created by the world-system. As examples of cosmopolitan activities he gives: South–South dialogues and organisations, new forms of labour internationalism, trans-national networks of women’s groups, indigenous peoples’ and human-rights organisations and so on. In his view, despite their heterogeneity, the various anti-globalisation movements are a good example of cosmopolitanism and

in Religion and rights