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Nadine Arnold and Isabel Hammer

Growth of the Fair Trade Industry. Corporate Governance 7(4): 455–470. Davies, Iain A. und Andrew Crane. 2003. Ethical Decision Making in Fair Trade Companies. Journal of Business Ethics 45(1–2): 79–92. Daviron, Benoit und Isabelle Vagneron. 2011. From Commoditisation to De-commoditisation … and Back Again: Discussing the Role of Sustainability Standards for Agricultural Products. Development Policy Review 29(1): 91–113. Djelic, Marie-Laure. 2006. Marketization: From Intellectual Agenda to Global Policy-Making. S. 55–73 in Transnational

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Sandro Cattacin, Rosita Fibbi and Philippe Wanner

Sandro Cattacin. 2013. Premières générations. Histoires de migration ordinaire : réalités plurielles. Terra Cognita : 72-74. Roy, Olivier. 2008. Islamic terrorist radicalisation in Europe. Pp. 52-60 in European Islam. Challenges for public policy and society, édité par Samir Amghar, Amel Boubekeur et Michael Emerson. Brussels : Centre for European Policy Studies. Rumbaut, Rubén G. 2002. Severed or sustained attachments? Language, identity and imagined communities in the post-immigrant generation. Pp. 43-95 in The changing face of home

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Ilka Steiner

. Studie im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums fur Wirtschaft und Technologie. Basel and Berlin: Prognos AG. Pungas, Enel, Ott Toomet, Tiit Tammaru, and Kristi Anniste. 2012. Are Better Educated Migrants Returning? Evidence from Multi-Dimensional Education Data. Norface Migration Discussion Paper 2012-18. Rogers, Andrei, and Luis J. Castro. 1981. Age Patterns of Migration: Cause-Specific Profiles. Research Reports RR-81-6: 125-159. Rumbaut, Rubén G. 2002. Severed or Sustained Attachments? Language, Identity, and Imagined

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Valérie-Anne Ryser, France Weaver and Judite Gonçalves

Sisira Sarma. 2014. Socioeconomic Inequalities in Adult Obesity Risk in Canada: Trends and Decomposition Analyses. The European Journal of Health Economics 15(2): 203–221. Helliwell, John F., Richard Layard, and Jeffrey Sachs. 2013. World Happiness Report 2013. New York: Sustainable Development Solutions Network. A Global Initiative for the United Nations. Hilleras, Pernilla. K., Hedda Aguero-Torres, and Bengt Winblad. 2001. Factors Influencing Well-Being in the Elderly. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 14(4): 361–365. Hsu, Hui-Chuan. 2012

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Fethi Mansouri, Amelia Johns and Vince Marotta

sustainable development’ for all. 4 Young people and everyday citizenship The characteristics of a critical global citizenship as discussed earlier are evident in the everyday lives and practices of young people in the global North and South, sometimes adhering to global citizenship normative aspirations and sometimes departing from these to suggest more radical civic and political participation and designs. The tensions outlined between citizenship as a tool of integration and belonging to a broader societal whole on the one hand and as an arbiter of individual

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Gary D Bouma AM

grounded and well-tested disciplines in their use. The very fact of their persistence over generations indicates that religions do promote sustainable values and orientations. Packages are not all bad, but they do defend what they see as their turf. 3 Lived Religion Religions are also experienced as ‘lived’– diffuse, diverse, personal, local, derivative, innovative, vital, precarious and precious ( McGuire, 2008 ). Lived religions involve ritual practices engaged in by individuals and small groups, creating shrines and sacred spaces, discussing the nature of life

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Paul Morris

conviction that intercultural dialogue is the best guarantee of peace and to reject outright the theory of the inevitable clash of cultures and civilizations” ( UNESCO, 2002 , 1). The same document reiterates that ICD is the essential vehicle for sustainable development ( UNESCO, 2002 , 11). The central importance and the links between cultural diversity, ICD and development have undergone further development by UNESCO ( UNESCO, 2001 , 61; Sténou, 2007 ). ICD is further highlighted in Investing in Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue ( UNESCO, 2009a ). Here

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Bryan S. Turner

in entitlements, and hence the growth of citizenship presupposes some degree of economic equality and redistribution, but it must ipso facto assume a period of steady economic growth. Given the business cycle, the delivery of citizenship entitlements points to an inevitable conflict of interests between social classes, where the economy cannot deliver consistent growth rates. In a global economy, the financial crisis that began in 2008 has brought into sharp focus the problem of sustaining citizenship entitlements in societies that have suffered severe economic

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Georgina Tsolidis

2003 ). The view that minorities can become like the rest of the population is bolstered by the diffidence to name racism. Migrants associated with Islam and migrants from the Middle East have experienced sustained racism exacerbated by the events of September 2001 ( Poynting 2006 ). These communities were targeted in the notorious 2005 riots on the beaches of Cronulla outside Sydney. These events precipitated a political backlash against multiculturalism. This backlash relied on a narrative of fear that the values that sat at the heart of society were under threat

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Zahid Shahab Ahmed

cannot deny the impact of Islamists’ anti-secular narrative, which continues to influence policies in the country. The growing influence of Islamists is also reflected by people’s trust on them for promoting sharia . A sustainable solution through countering violent extremism needs to address the fissures formed by the clash over national identity in Pakistan. It is unfortunate that the government’s policies and action plans have not devoted any attention to nation-building processes emanating from concerns on Pakistan’s identity and the place of secularism within