In Transforming Power, veteran activist Judy Rebick champions new ways of achieving political goals by emphasizing co-operation and consensus over confrontation and partisanship. Rebick argues that today's combination of environmental crisis, globalization, and rapid technological innovation is producing profound new ideas about social and political life, and that this groundswell is truly the vanguard of a global movement to change the way we live our lives, from the ground up.
About the Author
Judy Rebick is the Eakin Fellow at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada. She is the founding publisher of Canada's irreverent web magazine rabble.ca, author of Transforming Power, and a regular on CBC Radio Q's media panel. A well-known feminist and social justice activist, Judy is the former CAW Sam Gindin Chair in social justice democracy at Ryerson University and appears frequently on radio and television across Canada. She lives in Toronto.